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Can Good Nutrition Help Treat PCOS?

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Published on 6 years ago





Hillary Wright, Director of Nutritional Counseling at the Domar Center for Mind/Body Health at Boston IVF discusses nutrition as it relates to PCOS.


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Temicka

Temicka . 5 years ago

I believe I had pcos since I first started my period around 11 or 12. I've been diagnosed about it but I am severely depressed because of it too. I never got checked for depression but the feeling of not wanting to do anything and always feeling hopeless is getting worse. I'm now 29 and want help to treat my pcos so bad. I don't get periods unless I take generic progesterone pills or regular progesterone pills. Then when I do get my period, I bleed to death for over 2 to 3 months. Right now I don't have health insurance because I got laid off from my job and in Virginia I can not get medicaid. I desperately need help from a nutritionist, want to normalize my hormones and have regular periods and get out of this brink of depression I can't seem to shake off. My depression is horrible because I always lie to the people I care about at how I always travel to this place or another because I don't want them to know that a wallow in sadness everyday at home. I really think this depression is a huge symptom of my pcos and I really want to get rid of it and be healthy. Please help.

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Carolyn C. Jarrett . 5 years ago

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