I have severe lean pcos. I just like winning shirt and finally at thirty three I unexpectedly found out I was pregnant, after years of fertility treatment. Although it could’ve been a fluke, at the time I had cut down vastly on dairy and replaced any milk I’d have with jersey milk, drank spearmint tea, took inofolic and a high dosage of vitamin D. When I found out I was pregnant I also took progesterone supplements, luckily my gp knows what I’ve been through and prescribed me them. Never ever lose hope, I never thought I’d be a mum, but my little miracle was born fourteen weeks ago. Thank you everyone for such kind words, I’m in tears reading your stories, I wanted to bare all to raise awareness! I am not and have never been overweight but was quite recently diagnosed with pcos.
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Sure, her being bigger could have an effect on I just like winning shirt, but the pcos is a big factor in it. It’s also often misunderstood and common advice for pcos includes “lose weight” but that does not apply to me. The only thing my doctor offered me was the pill. As if he didn’t even try. Testosterone is not a ‘male hormone’. It is generally speaking higher in men, but defining it as masculine just serves to make women with pcos feel even less like ‘real women’ than we already do. I’ve recently been diagnosed with pcos. The doctors have just told me to lose weight and that’s it. Nothing else, just left it at that. I don’t know anything, I’m scared, feel like I’m a massive failure. This post has given me a little hope and I’m glad to know I’m definitely not on my own! If they can’t treat the symptoms some of the things.