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Javaria Sep 29
Excuse me for the quick sketch but this is the last day of September and I want to highlight how 1 out of every 10 women live while 50% of them go undiagnosed.
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enisa Sep 22
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alicia シ Sep 30
Just because today is the last day of , it is so tiring to live with pcos
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Epikouria Ghana Sep 30
Today being the last day in September, let's throw some light on PCOS as , we put together a few insights we have regarding PCOS. knowing your Reproductive Health is very important. Take sometime and read more on PCOS.
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Ashley Gooch Sep 10
I hate PCOS. I hate the weight gain, pain, depression, anxiety attacks, the thought of having to have assistance to have more children, and most of all how it makes me embarrassed of my body. My body that I have no control over. I hate PCOS.
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Janelle🌸 Sep 1
Twitter wont let me post this as a tweet since its too long, If you can please take a moment to read this and RT it to bring awareness to it I would appreciate you 🙏🏽💙💜
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Life Extension Sep 19
September is . Integrative interventions like inositol and N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC) can help improve symptoms and quality of life for women who suffer with . Learn more here.
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AGraceM Sep 2
The reason it took me so long to pregnant again. How many of us have heard, "You should feel lucky to not have your period" false! If you have a uterus and PCOS, you may be at three times or higher risk for developing endometriosis cancer.
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Jenni Sep 1
Today starts and day 1= who am I? - I am Jenni 👋 33 (nearly 34 😱) diagnosed PCOS age 23 (only one surviving ovary) when trying to start my family. Mother to a 4 Yr old. Today marks my mindfulness month also so this is perfectly aligned 🥰
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Cerise GARCIA ⚯͛ Sep 5
I was diagnosed with PCOS when i was only 17 years old. It affects 1 in 10 women and is a leading cause to female infertility. It’s something i continue to battle everyday and as scary and very alone this disorder makes me feel I’m happy to raise awareness 💙
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نوال Sep 30
Last day of today. I showed symptoms of PCOS ever since I got puberty- extreme weight gain, acne, a very irregular cycle and so much more and it took me six years to get a diagnosis and I'm no closer to finding long-term treatment/solutions
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Rebb ❤︎ Sep 29
is about to end and I’ve decided to share my thoughts and my experience with PCOS. It’s pretty long, but please take a moment to read it. And if you have some of this symptoms please check in with your gynecologist, put your health first! ❤️
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Sau Sep 6
September is . Let’s learn a little about PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) this month.
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Hannah Lincoln Sep 1
My first after being diagnosed. Knowing I’m not alone has been a huge help because with my PCOS comes severe depression. This is another thing that needs to be talked about more. There shouldn’t be such a stigma around speaking up about these things
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paige 🥑 Sep 27
As someone who was diagnosed with PCOS just yesterday I think it’s fitting that September is
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Feminism in India Sep 18
Did you know 1 in 5 women in India is affected by ?
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TwistedTessa Sep 22
Thank you so much to everyone who helped support my charity event yesterday for . We raised $150 and I know have to do a CoS raid all on mouse and keyboard. We'll be doing that tomorrow night 7pm est.
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Kay ✨ Sep 2
This has nothing to do with Kpop but Yesterday started PCOS Awareness Month. I was diagnosed with this my freshman year of college. I remember like it was yesterday, I didn’t know what was wrong with me and why I had my period for like 3 months or more.
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TwistedTessa Sep 21
Still live running some Destiny 2 stuffs while we raise money and awareness for .
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Verity PCOS Charity Sep 20
Thank you so much to to for thier support
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