Moving at any time can be a hassle, but when you are undergoing treatment for a chronic condition, it can be even more complicated. Get more information here about moving when you have PCOS.
The birth control pill is often the first medication recommended for women with PCOS. For many different reasons, some women don't wish to take the pill. Find out here if taking the birth control pill is a must if you have PCOS.
Trying to get pregnant can be stressful when it doesn't happen in the first month or two. This leads many women to wonder how long it will take them to get pregnant if they have PCOS. Get more information here.
Even though having kids may be the farthest thing from your mind, many teens with PCOS wonder if they'll every be able to have kids. Get more information here about pregnancy and PCOS.
Getting a positive pregnancy test when you take medication for a chronic condition can induce anxiety over whether to continue or stop taking the medication. Get more information here about whether you should continue taking metformin in early pregnancy.
Despite the fact that PCOS is one of the most common hormonal conditions found in women of child-bearing age, many people have never heard of it. If you’ve been recently diagnosed, or even if you’ve known about your PCOS for years, there are some important conversations that you should have with your doctor about PCOS.
Treating heart disease when you have PCOS is no different from if you didn’t have PCOS. Get more information here about treating PCOS related heart disease.
PCOS-related heart conditions include atherosclerosis, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Read on for tips on preventing heart disease when you PCOS.
Even though PCOS is one of the most common hormonal disorders, most people have never heard of it. This leads many women to wonder exactly what this condition is and what causes it. Get more information here, including whether you can catch PCOS.
Many women with PCOS struggle with their weight, regardless of their diet and exercise plan. There are many women, however, that are classified as having “lean PCOS”. Get more information about lean PCOS and watching your weight here.