I am new to this site and not to PCOS. I found out I have PCOS back in 1986, when I was only 16. I am now 37 and I lost twins almost 7 years ago now. I have just been told by my new Doctor that she feels that I may have to have everything taken out and that if I don't I might die. She also says that she hopes not. She is doing all kinds of tests to see where we need to go to get me better. I have no energy, I am depressed all the time. I have even thought and almost planned out my suiside. I know some of my spelling is off but that is due to dyslicia. I know that spelling is off to. Well I just need some major support right now feeling really bad today. My husband tries to be supportive but just does not know how to be best supportive. Any advice for me?
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