Find an Endocrinologist. they specialize in the effects that hormones have on your body. A common disease they deal with is diabetes. PCOS is one of the most complex diseases they deal with. June will be my first visit with one to discuss what can be done about all the trouble I am having with my PCOSView Thread
if you ask a doctor they will say no. But women,like me, beg to differ. Symtoms of PCOS and what the depo shot does to keep you from getting pregnant are VERY similar. I never had any trouble with anything that pertains to the female reproductive organs til after I was on the depo for a year. Before the depo I was able to concieve, now I cant. Its been 7 years since Ive used birth control. I never have regular periods, I have horrible cramping, unwanted facial hair, cant lose weight no matter what I do. I believe from the bottom of my heart that the depo shot caused my PCOS.View Thread
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