I created a PCOS Lifestyle Manager Notion template which is a comprehensive tool designed to help individuals with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) manage their condition effectively. This template contains various sections, including a tracker for menstrual cycles, medication, and supplement tracking, weight and body measurements tracking, and symptom tracking. It also includes a section for healthy food recommendations, including lean proteins, non-starchy vegetables, healthy fats, and complex… read more
Every time I have been sent for an ultrasound scan, my doctors always sends me to the branch surgery even though I have told them that it's easier and nearer to the local hospital than the branch surgery, but they always say that it's because the company they use for ultrasound scans are only based at the branch surgery and I am fed up of them sending me to the branch surgery. I am also getting fed up with being told that I haven't turned up for appointments and not given a reason for not going… read more
For context I am a 27yr old female with long history of anxiety and depression, tried many different antidepressants over the years. Always been told since I was diagnosed at age 6 that I must just have a chemical imbalance in my brain. Fast forward to age 26, I got an IUD placed by my gyno who informed me I had PCOS. I have always been very active, I am lean and struggle to gain weight.
I have been on Spirolactone for about 7 months now and am seeing no difference, I haven't made any changes… read more
I hate it when I see that this female celebrity or that female celebrity is pregnant as it annoys the hell out of me as I'm like thinking "can't u keep ur pregnancy news to urself?" or "just share it with with your family and friends" as its not nice for ladies who are struggling to get pregnant due to medical conditions they have like us ladies on here as we have PCOS and we (well I for one) don't want to know about them becoming pregnant because u never or very rarely find out if a female… read more
Its the second time as far as I can remember that it's happened to me as both times when my periods have started I've swapped my sensitive bladder pads for my period pads like I always do and every time I've gone to the toilet there's nothing on the pad, but there's blood on the tissue and it makes me think that my periods have somehow gotten "stuck" inside me. It's the only way I can think of to explain it.