By Period Harmony

A uterus writes, What does PCOS does to me

As a uterus, let me tell you, having Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is no picnic. My ovaries become enlarged and contain many small cysts, which can disrupt my hormonal balance. This can lead to irregular menstrual cycles, period symptoms and makes it difficult for me to release eggs for fertilization. It's like trying to plan a surprise party but your friends keep flaking on you.

PCOS can also cause the ovaries to produce excessive amounts of androgen hormones, which can lead to symptoms such as acne, excessive hair growth, and weight gain. This can be a source of embarrassment and frustration for the woman who is experiencing these symptoms. It's like having a bad hair day, every day.

PCOS can also affect fertility and the ability to conceive a child, which can be distressing for those who want to start a family. However, with proper treatment, many women with PCOS are able to conceive and have healthy pregnancies.

Overall, PCOS is a condition that can greatly impact a woman's physical and emotional well-being. It is important that women who suspect they have PCOS seek medical attention and work with their healthcare provider to manage the condition. Trust me, you don't want to be stuck with PCOS on your own, it's not a party.


12 hour shift and have just started your period? You can’t carry a hot water bottle, so wear this instead.  Great for those that are on their feet all day! 

Disclaimer, this is strictly not medical advice and for educational use only! If you have any concerns, always speak to your healthcare provider/Doctor first.



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