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Amelia Swanson PhD Jun 7
Important things to consider with patients that may have symptoms of with Dr Kara Ehlers
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Spit Lab Jun 13
Finally some news getting to the root problem of the leading cause of infertility: hormone imbalances caused by .
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Conquer PCOS Jun 13
Depression could get worse in time if you do not change your . Although Depression is one, other also worsen it with their problems. The best way to tackle is to follow a healthy diet(cut down on Sugar), 8 hours of sleep, and exercise.
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Dr. Jay Wrigley Jun 10
The standard treatment for women with PCOS is Birth control pills, Metformin and steroids. Why ? It's mechanism is Insulin resistance. A ketogenic diet, some exercise and a couple nutritional supplements is how my patients reverse this.
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PCOSGurl (Ashley) Jun 12
A high percentage of patients with have high insulin levels which can cause weight gain, cravings, and even dark patches (acanthosis nigracans). Over time, exposure to high insulin levels can make you insulin resistant or turn into type 2  (up to 50% with PCOS)
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Alma Isabel🥀 Jun 10
PCOS ain’t got nothing on me 💚
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99 Problems But a Baby Ain't One 45m
This failing at is starting to get to me.
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Goddess Paula Bianca 6h
Left ovary is a bit stubborn, luckily right ovary is kepping up well with all efforts. Soon will be a thing of the past. Thanking God a lot for this keeps my hopes up.
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Lorna Phillips Jun 14
Y’all can’t know how happy I am for all my pregnant friends 💓 but it’s a different type of pain when you can’t have children of your own. 💔
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Glorious 😇 Jun 8
I’m posting something that’s TMI but I have to share it for girls with my if you will . After TWO years I have finally had my period for 6 months in a row NATURALLY. Please don’t let people harass you thinking the only way is with birth control or supplements.
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Rebecca Munoz Jun 12
Alright, really talk on : A month ago I found out that my serious weight gain was due to a medication that my doctor kept increasing the dose on. I have never hated my body more in my life than I do right now (1/4)
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Amy Klein Jun 10
sounds crazy but what do I know about and ?
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Alma Isabel🥀 2h
Everyday but I keep it pushing, ain’t nothing stopping me!
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👑𝔏𝔞ℜ𝔢𝔦𝔫𝔞𝔇𝔢𝔐𝔬𝔯𝔡𝔬𝔯👑 Jun 10
Having sucks. Been an awful week.
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Nash 11h
support group (women only please). Join away, Cysters!
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Britnasty✌🏼🖤 6h
I have the most stoner fucking timeline ever y’all 🤣
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🇨🇦Kelli Curtis🇨🇦 Jun 13
Along with doing my best to reduce my carbon footprint, I have (polycystic ovarian syndrome), so I have to eat more white meats AND veggie burgers/dogs. These types of foods are helpful for those of us fighting
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I Always Knew Arya Was That B*tch! Jun 14
Any of you ladies over 35, have and feel like sharing? I had a rough damn night.....
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Economic & Political Weekly Jun 14
This article discusses the understanding of polycystic ovarian syndrome () among medical professionals in the patriarchal framework and how women experience infantilisation at the hands of doctors.
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Jan🌸 Jun 13
Don’t let stop you from living your best life💚
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