PCOS- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
PCOS, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, affects 1 in 10 women according to many experts, however, it typically goes undiagnosed. It often starts with the unset of puberty, but sometimes isn't diagnosed until you're in your reproductive years trying to get pregnant.
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms you should consider being tested for PCOS.
- Unexplainable Weight Gain
- Irregular Periods
- Difficulty Getting Pregnant
I am a twenty-something women with PCOS I was diagnosed several years ago. I have tried countless treatment options both prescribed by standard Western Medicine along with alternative options, such as herbs and acupuncture.
Although, I am not a doctor, I can provide you with the support and education you need to make the right decision for you and your current situation. I want to help your life get a little easier; by providing you with the insight I have from my first hand experiences.
Today, the causes of my PCOS are controlled, therefore, my symptoms are significantly diminished. I want to share my success with you! Everyday, that I wake up I feel better, I eat better, I look better and most importantly I am much healthier and happier.