Retweeted as it sums up the approach I get from the NHS on many, many different issues, not least getting treatment for PCOS!
I really believe that if doctors stopped believing that weight loss cured PCOS, we’d have better treatment options.
I was inspired to write this post by a woman in a forum who was frustrated that she wasn’t losing enough weight to alleviate her PCOS symptoms. But even by the bullshit measure that is the BMI, she is not overweight.
Any time you look up “PCOS treatment,” “weight loss” is listed as a primary objective. This is problematic for two reasons: one, PCOS is a metabolic disorder, so weight loss is extremely difficult with PCOS, and two, weight loss does not cure PCOS.
I ovulate now and my triglycerides are low. That…
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