I just found out that i have PCOS today. Ive spent the past couple of hours reading information and checking out different websites. Even after all ive read i still cant believe it. I dont know what to do. My doctor prescribed Metformin which is for insulin but i dont know how it exactly is used for PCOS. Im still in shock and im not sure what steps to take from here. I need help. And im feeling.. lost. When i read all of the possible symptoms i realized that ive had this since a little before i was a teenager. I dont know if i being paranoid or if ive really had it for years. I have the discoloration on my neck and ive always been embarrassed by that and i remember having that since the 6th grade. Ive had problems with acne, HBP, cholesterol and a lot of other things on this list. All the doctors i ever went to told me to wash my neck and eat healthier. And now ive had this syndrome for years and i didnt even know it, and none of the doctors even considered it. Im just at a loss and emotionally im feeling really sad and although i have my husband i dont think he can fully understand how im feeling. I thought this support group would help and i also can talk to other women who are just like me.
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