Category Archives for PCOS Education & Awareness

PCOS & Cervical Cancer: Are They Connected?

You may have heard that PCOS can cause cancer. Yes, you should be concerned, but it’s not quite as bad as you might fear. Here’s the deal: According to an NIH study by Dr. Dumesic, a noted PCOS researcher,

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PCOS and Mental Health: Teens with PCOS

You’ve been growing faster than everyone else, especially around the middle. Like, uncontrollable, where the heck did this come from and how can I get rid of it now before anyone else notices, weight

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Starting a Gratitude Practice and Counting the Gifts of PCOS This Thanksgiving

As we approach Thanksgiving in America, there’s an increased focus on gratitude. Many of us will start gratitude countdown lists on FaceBook, or post our gratitude on Twitter or in pictures on Instagram. 

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Dating with PCOS: How to NOT Freak Out

  If you’re new to dating, the whole thing can be kind of strange and terrifying. If you’ve been at it a while, you may be feeling less optimistic, a little jaded, or even have experienced some

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September is PCOS Awareness Month

  Readers of my blog will quickly learn that polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is not only professionally important to me, since I specialize in treating women with the condition, but also personally

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