Well not only do I feel like no doctor cares and doesn't believe me when I say that I am feeling pelvic pain and that PCOS causes some women pain, I get my period and feel even worse today. But what's the point of calling a doctor anymore? I am not going to make a completely useless appointment just to be told I'm wrong. I am so angry. Why bother even going to the infertility repoductive endocrinologist next month? Losing hair is one thing but losing control of my body as a whole is another. I feel like going outside and saying F U to the medical world.View Thread
Have any of you felt a cyst 'pop'? Well I felt it and I collapsed on the floor in pain so I went to the ER then followed up with my OB/GYN who is adamant that PCOS doesn't cause pain. I said, 'so you know MY body better than I do?' Kiss my behind lady. I am going to a reproductive endocrinologist with my boyfriend next month.View Thread
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