Is anyone else really disenchanted by this "PCOS boat" which we've all been heaped into by the nhs? Having spoken to many different women with PCOS it seems that we all have very varied symptoms. Weight gain, insulin resistance, testosterone issues, period problems, issues with hair and skin, inflammation and fertility issues to name but a few. I'm wondering if a spectrum of PCOS exists and if not why not because trying to fix us all by the same methods is not working. Until we find our own individual combination of treatments we are in the dark, blindly grabing the next suggestion. I think if women who were diagnosed were given a hand in the right direction for them as an individual it would help. I know we are all complex and unique but it would be a start!! Let me know your pick a mix below and what works n doesn't for you all x x
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