Hi, I have pcos too. U have to regulate ASAP ! Why u don't have health insurance ? Can u go to the ER? Or find a free clinic, or apply for health insurance. I work for a manage care plan, I can help you if you live in New York .View Thread
Hi, I know what you are going thru. I have abnormal periods since I was 12 yrs old. I don't bleed for more than 3 months and when I get it it doesn't stop by itself and is very painfull. I'm 36yrs old and it gets worst I think bcontrol pill and metformin makes it worst, it's all about living a healthy life style and treat it by taking supplements and excersing.There's websites u can find helpful information. Just educate yourself doctors only knows to prescribe bcontrol pills and metformin and tell you to excercise and eat healthy.
You are not alone, years ago I never new anyone with Pcos and there was no information about it like now.View Thread
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