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  1. Green Goods
    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome needs a new name. As it stands, it sounds like the entire condition consists of multiple cysts existing on the ovaries. Doesn't sound too bad, right? Oh, it's a lot bigger deal than that. The most common endocrine disorder affecting women ages 15-44, Polycystic...
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    One in 10 women has polycystic ovarian syndrome, more commonly known as PCOS, an endocrine disorder with far-reaching health implications including struggles with infertility and breastfeeding. And according to a new study, an increased risk of autism in their children. The University of...
  3. Green Goods
    There's new information about the root of polycystic ovarian syndrome, and researchers believe that it is set in motion before a woman is ever even born. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) affects more than 200,000 women a year. I am one of those, and for years, I suffered from irregular...
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    The first step to PCOS Awareness is understanding the signs and symptoms of PCOS. These signs can develop anywhere from puberty to early adulthood. Thousands of women discover they have PCOS every year. Signs and symptoms can easily go unnoticed or attributed to other factors. Also, it can...
  5. Green Goods
    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects five to ten percent of women who are childbearing age in the United States. That's roughly five million women. But it doesn't look the same in everyone, which makes it tough to diagnose. Here are some things you can look out for. When I was 26, my...
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