Polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS affects about 1 out of every 10 women.
While PCOS is quite common, there are a few things that women should be aware of. The best thing you can do is learn as much as you can about untreated PCOS because it can be dangerous.
Living with PCOS can be aggravating and, at times, exhausting. Don't ignore any of these symptoms if you're experiencing them.
Missed Periods, Irregular Periods or Very Light Periods.
Excess body hair, including the chest stomach and back (hirsutism)
Weight gain, especially around the belly (abdomen)
Acne or oily skin
Male-pattern baldness or thinning hair
Difficulty conceiving (due to not ovulating)
PCOS, if left untreated, can lead to both short and long-term consequences. PCOS consequences can range from mild to severe. Every woman, however, has a different type of PCOS issue depending on her cardiometabolic implications. Here's what can happen if you left untreated:
Insulin resistance or type 2 diabetes
If You Think You Might Have PCOS, Here's What You Should Do
PCOS symptoms might be tough to pinpoint, but there are a few things you should do if you suspect you have the condition.
Make a list of your symptoms and how long you've been experiencing them. Keep an eye on them and their level of intensity.
You can take also take a test here:
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