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Do I Have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome? (details)?

Postby crompton » Fri Sep 01, 2017 3:24 pm

Okay well I think I have PCOS because I have many of the symptoms such as delayed emnstrual cycles, excess hair growth (signs of hirsutism)(I grow more hair on my face(along my jawline and above my upper lip) and toes)it's hard for me to lose belly fat around my waist (lower abdomen), acne, oily skin, major mood swings. My mom and my sister have PCOS.(Plus, I don't know if this helps but my diseased grandmother had ovarian cancer) Do you think I have it too?
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Do I Have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome? (details)?

Postby Bobby » Fri Sep 01, 2017 3:29 pm

I was suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome have a listen to it but worry the doctor said, unable to bear children and the government are difficult to make long-term medication long-term treatment of mental preparation, I started listening to a time it was very sad, and totally eat doctors, the rule of what use are not more than a year I shot of it, to spend the kind of medicine do you see the results before you wasted all the money you had been listening to the doctor, but then I see through a doctor is to give you a message, this disease makes you a doctor how to treat you how to treat but also a bottomless pit, the fact is not the case, I later had not ruled it out there for almost two years, Western medicine at that point that my body has no residual , and I slowly began to tense not Xianggang disease, and over time I have a good mood as soon forget this disease, I accidentally pregnant, and now five months, I never polycystic ovary syndrome to inspect the good not good, in fact, my own feeling is that living conditions are better now, the doctor who exaggerated the impact of the disease, due to exaggerate your doctor will be particularly concerned about your care of your of endocrine disorders but will, in the past people did not knew nothing of this disease, and now all the hospital treatment of this disease is medicine, endocrinology, will become increasingly chaotic, I experienced the polycystic ovary syndrome does not seriously just fine...
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Do I Have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome? (details)?

Postby Lorimar » Fri Sep 01, 2017 3:39 pm

I hope you don't have PCOS. I looked at your pics (which are nice, BTW) and I couldn't really see much of a tummy growth, oily skin, or more hair...in some places it's better to have hair, but not too much on your face. I think the other things you're going through is cyclical because of your age. You'll be having mood swings for most of your life. Please try to go see your Dr. I'd hate to think you have something like this or even more serious!
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