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"Welcome to my PCOS Blog" I'm Christie, 48, married to a much younger man and we have four dogs as our kids...

My personal crusade is to inform and educate women, men and the medical professionals on PCOS... Why? Knowledge is POWER! The info will save your life or someone you may or may not know...

PCOS is an endoctrine disorder affecting your whole body as a hormone imbalance...The PCOS symptoms wreak HAVOC through your entire body... Symptoms can be mild to extreme, one to numerous symptoms... You can be thin to obese...

My PCOS Journey started by a lingerie shop owner stating "You look like me"... We talked about PCOS a while...I kept mentally checking off all the symptoms she mentioned... My symptoms are mild, 28 of the 48 i found... I saw my doctor the next week, had a battery of tests done, researched everything i could find on PCOS... My diagnosis was PCOS, Metabolic Syndrome, Insulin Resistance (IR), Perimenopause, Hypertension, Rosacea and Preborderline Diabetes... My "Miracle Pill" is Glucophlage XR... On it i get thinner than when i was in 6th grade!

My blog posts are of info you need and should know...I urge you to pass the PCOS & Syndrome X word on... Yes, men get a version of PCOS called Syndrome X...

Feel free to email me privately...

Knowledge is POWER!
Christie

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Friday, June 29, 2007
SYNDROME O


http://www.pcostrategies.org/about.html#3

An Overview of Syndrome O and the Symptoms

Polycystic Ovaries and Syndrome O are metabolic and fertility problems that affects 6-10 million women in the US and millions of others worldwide.

Women with polycystic ovaries and Syndrome O commonly experience:

~ Infertility
~ Miscarriage
~ Unwanted Hair Growth
~ Irregular Menstruation
~ Insulin Resistanc
~ Difficulty Losing Weight
~ Depression
~ Low Self Esteem

Over the years, the clinical label Polycystic Ovary Syndrome has suggested a confusing primary disorder of the ovaries, both to women and their doctors. Syndrome O gets to the real heart of the problem - Ovarian Confusion and Ovulation disruption, caused primarily by Overnourishment and Overproduction of insulin. In reality, polycystic ovaries, infertility and other health problems are all consequences of Syndrome O.

Life Management - The link to polycystic ovaries and Syndrome O?

Many astute physicians believe that women's health and metabolism are closely linked, with overproduction of insulin the major culprit contributing to polycystic ovaries and Syndrome O. Other serious health conditions are closely related--type II diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and obesity. Scientific studies have shown that dedicated life management of nutrition, exercise, and stress can reverse, and even prevent these problems for women, including the insulin impact on reproductive function. PCOStrategies, Inc.™ was developed to help all women touched by these concerns.

Why call it "Syndrome O"?

Over the years, the clinical label Polycystic Ovary Syndrome has suggested a confusing primary disorder of the ovaries, both to women and their doctors. Syndrome O gets to the real heart of the problem - Ovarian Confusion and Ovulation disruption, caused primarily by Overnourishment and Overproduction of insulin. In reality, polycystic ovaries, infertility and other health problems are all consequences of Syndrome O.

OTHER SITE:


http://www.obgyn.net/pcos/pcos.asp?page=/pcos/articles/pcostr_getting_pregnant

 




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