Polycystic ovaries are ovaries that are actually covered with very small follicles in which the egg develops. The cysts can cause a hormonal imbalance where in the most extreme form of PCOS, you would tend to be overweight, have no or very few periods, be prone to acne, grow unusually heavy body hair, often on the face, breasts and inside of the legs, and be susceptible to mood swings. And with this
can come problems with fertility and often recurrent miscarriages. Women with PCOS may be seven times more likely to develop diabetes because of problems with blood sugar balance.
Marilyn recommends that you follow a plan of action designed specifically for dealing with PCOS.
By clicking on any (or all) of the 4 sections below you can get a plan of action and find out all you need to know about PCOS. From how to identify the problem and discovering the cause, to knowing what your choices are and what to do next.
Click on a section below to start your journey back to good health and feeling better again:
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