September is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month so expect to see some more information about PCOS headed your way this month. The important thing about being able to diagnose and begin the process of healing is awareness. Your sisters, cousins, aunts, mothers, and friends can be affected and may not know. Not only does PCOS affect those who have it, but it affects loved ones as well.
I’m still dealing with some things personally which is causing my absence, but this is very important to me because I have PCOS. For more information, check out the PCOS Awareness Association.
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Thank you for posting the link to PCOS Awareness Association website. Many of my girl friends have never heard of it before which really makes you feel like the odd one out. I started my own blog a week or so ago after starting Metformin as treatment I am finding more and more women in my same situation. I would not wish it on anyone but it helps to know you’re not alone. Thank you.
I know the feeling. PCOS can also be a really frustrating thing to explain because many people don’t understand all it entails. This is why awareness is so important! Don’t you worry, I’m in your corner =)