Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Answer the questions below - put a check next all that apply to you - to start sorting out whether PCOS is an issue for you.
You may have one or two of these symptoms or a dozen. Some are more common than others. There is no single model for PCOS. Review and answer all the sections as each are helpful in diagnosing your chances for having PCOS. Let's look at the whole picture and unravel your specific issues with PCOS.
Oligovulation (irregular ovulation) or anovulation (absent ovulation)
High levels of insulin, insulin resistance
Easy weight gain and/or obesity
Type 2 diabetes
Poor body image, eating disorders
High levels or androgens
Male pattern hair growth
Gray-white breast discharge
Scalp hair loss
Darkening skin areas (acanthosis nigricans) particularly on the nape of the neck
Hidradentis suppurativa (painful boil-like abscesses in the groin)
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