Symptoms And Treatment Of Diabetes Ovarian Syndrome

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Most little girls at one point in their lives dream of the white picket fenced home, with the perfect husband, kids and pet running around. Even the childhood chant of “first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the baby carriage” comes to mind. Once into their teenage years, and puberty begins, they get a little acne on their face, start to produce breasts, gain a little weight, and they begin menstruating. But what happens if Mother Nature doesn’t finish the job? And they don’t get your period? Perhaps they wait it out a while, and simple brush it off as they are a “late bloomer.” Some may decide after some time that they’ve waited long enough, that it isn’t normal to not have a period, and visit your doctor. She does some testing and concludes that you suffer from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). She explains that the acne on their face and spare tire around their stomach may not be from puberty, but from this disease. Even though in their adolescent years they may not have worried about starting their own family, but they can’t help but wonder about down the road. Now, the thoughts of having a hard time conceiving a baby or not being able to at all, runs through their head. Unfortunately finding out that they not only have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), but that they may not be as capable of conceiving children as easy as someone without PCOS, may cause emotional distress on women. In fact, many women who have been diagnosed with PCOS
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