Pcos Does Not Define Me
Polycystic ovary syndrome, also known as PCOS, is a leading cause of infertility. Pelvic ultrasounds, physical exams, and blood tests are all used to diagnose this syndrome. Read about PCOS and other fertility concerns on this infographic from a fertility doctor in Chicago.
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The PCOS mantra. I am a warrior.
Please remember that not everyone can loose weight!
I realize the comment is not made in malice and not everyone can always be educated but I'm not going to lie, this is a huge pet peeve of mine. As a woman with PCOS, it's 3 times harder for me to lose even half the weight that someone else can lose. It's a struggle, every.single.day. And something we will each likely struggle with for the rest of our lives.
I think everyone with #PCOS has felt like this.
NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS INFERTILITY: The first step in any infertility workup is a complete medical history and physical examination; laboratory tests used detect the cause of infertility. There are many causes for infertility such as Blocked Fallopian Tubes, Hydrosalpnix, Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Uterine Fibroids that with a healthy Diet, Vitamins, and Herbs along with appropriate Exercise can be resolved.
Dr Oz shared three vitamin supplements he thinks most people would benefit from taking, including Vitamin D, DHA Omega 3s, and a split dose multivitamin. www.recapo.com/...
"We loved you before we knew you..." You were with me way before I could hold you.