Hello everyone. I was diagnosed with PCOS right after I miscarried my first baby, about 3 months ago. It was really a devastating experience but a relief to find out, FINALLY, what was wrong with my situation. I always knew something wasn't right with me, I just never knew what. I mean the missed periods, the weight gain, having ovarian cysts last year... makes you hate having ovaries! I'm not on any kind of meds right now, I'm just watching what I eat to try to stabilize my hormones. Oh, and the fact that my body is insulin resistant (duh. lol). I just watch my carbs and sugars, I don't eat white bread, drink soda, or have things with caffeine in them. I've also cut down on my alcohol consumption (I only use to drink a few times a month socially) and a few other things like eating out. The good news? I've lost 10 lbs in 2 months. That's like the most weight I've lost since I was 14!
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