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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome | PCOS | Nucleus Health

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome | PCOS | Nucleus Health

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome | PCOS | Nucleus Health

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This video, created by Nucleus Medical Media, describes PCOS, polycystic ovary (ovarian) syndrome. The animation begins with the normal anatomy and physiology of the ovaries, including the effects of certain hormones on the ovaries during the menstrual cycle. Then, what is known about the pathophysiology of PCOS is shown, including abnormal amounts of specific hormones and how they cause certain symptoms, such as infertility, acne, and abnormal hair growth. Treatments for PCOS are described, including hormonal birth control, anti-androgens, diabetes and fertility medications, and laparoscopic ovarian drilling.


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  1. I have it and I'm 23. I was diagnosed with it like when I'm 15 I guess. Never thought about it though. Should I take some precautions from now? If so can any suggest me some?

  2. Pcos is so heartbreaking to deal with, I was only 14 years old when it was first suggested, I was a professional dancer and a martial arts coach by the time I was 18. I was around 9 stone and extremely athletic, so please don't get upset if you have lost weight and still haven't conceived. There must be a different way for us x

  3. I was diagnosed with PCOS in 2005 and it has been a roller coaster. i have a You Tube channel where I have made a couple videos regarding this matter where i talk about my dread and depression from the fact that I was unable to conceive even after trying for years, the shame and blame that went with it to the pain that is excess facial hair that I struggle with until this day. I invite you all to come, take a listen & share any comments or stories you would like to share. There are many like us, and that gave me comfort in those early days. there is hope and we do not have to suffer in silence.

  4. I have severe painful problems in my right side.
    It fucking sucks.
    Been like this since day one when i first got period.

    I think it's due to environmental factors.
    Toxic stress & severe stress.
    constant danger. No security.
    Being an orphan who was physically & mentally abused since birth.

  5. I have this and still managed to have a son 💕 I'm so thankful for his life. My advice is go on birth control for at least 3 months that's what I did and I conceived some months later.

  6. Im 23 yrs old and about to give birth next month. Having this said, i survived PCOS. I believe the best tips for someone with this condition is to have a healthy lifestyle and have regular checkup with the doctor to help normalize your cycle.

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