Killing my self confidence or what little I had left. I have gained almost 775 lbs in a year since stopping my birth control. PCOS is having me gain weight and I need help on how to drop the weight. Im soooo upset with this gain and have lost all control. Basic diets arent working so please help me. IM DESPERATEView Thread
Im 25 and was told i have PCOS my husband an I got married a year ago and have yet to get pregnant. I dont really know what to do and cant afford to see a good doctor any advice would be appriciated greatly. All I have ever wanted is a family so this is very heartbreaking to not be having any luck concieving.View Thread
Thanks for sharing it makes me feel better to know were the same age and goin through it together. Its putting alot of stress on me right now and so im working on controling that so i dont make it any harder to get pregnant.View Thread
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