How long did it take you to be diagnosed with PCOS? If it was a long and painful process, unfortunately you are not alone! Research shows that on average it takes more than 2 years and 3 doctors to finally be diagnosed with PCOS! Considering there are millions of us with PCOS, that just isn’t good enough!
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions out there when it comes to PCOS. There is also so much conflicting information and advice. So, here are 15 facts you need to know about PCOS. Some of them may surprise you and even change the way that you think about PCOS.
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions when it comes to PCOS. We need to know the truth so that we know what we are dealing with and how to tackle PCOS. These 5 truths may surprise you, and ultimately, better help you manage your PCOS and all of it’s symptoms.
When you are first diagnosed with PCOS, it can be scary and overwhelming and you might not know what to do or where to start. The good news is that there are some things that you can do for you and your PCOS. If you are newly-diagnosed, this article should point you in the right direction.
Recent research has shown that many women with PCOS need multiple doctors’ appointments over a number of years for their PCOS diagnosis to be confirmed. Here are 8 reasons that your PCOS diagnosis may have been missed.
Living with PCOS can be tough. There are a lot of challenges that we need to overcome. But, in a funny kind of way, I wouldn’t be who I am without PCOS. It has taught me so much and I have learned so much as a result of having PCOS. So, here are 6 things that PCOS has made me thankful for.
Many women with PCOS often feel misunderstood. There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about PCOS. So, I asked my PCOS Diet Support Facebook group what they wanted people to know about PCOS. Here are the 10 things that women with PCOS want you to know…
There are a lot of fears and misconceptions when it comes to PCOS. There are things we think about ourselves or things others may think of us that simply aren’t true. So, in this article, let’s have a look at the truth behind what PCOS does and doesn’t mean for us.
With at least 1 in 10 women being diagnosed with PCOS, the sheer number of us is huge and unfortunately, growing daily. I asked my PCOS Diet Support Facebook page what they think every woman with PCOS needs to know. This is what they came up with.
I find hearing other people’s success stories with PCOS is just so motivating. It helps me realise that I am not alone in my struggles and motivates me to keep going when Ijust want to stop. So, here is another success story for you. Meet Alleyne and let her tell you how PCOS impacts on her.