Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is the most common endocrine disorder in women, and yet, the research and awareness for it are incredibly low. Together, we can spread truths about the syndrome and show our governmental representatives why this is a necessary health issue to address.
Looking for a PCOS-friendly workout? Our Fertility Nurse and fitness guru designed a perfect entry point for women looking to calm their symptoms with the help of physical activity. Exercise is proven to help PCOS women curb side effects such as insulin resistance, anxiety, and stress.
Do you want to be in control of your PCOS? Join us for a Facebook and Instagram Live with the RMA of Connecticut PCOS Team where they bring you real tips and tricks on managing your symptoms.
PCOS can affect the entire body, from mind to heart to blood. That's why women with PCOS need to be aware of the cardiovascular risks. Ashley Levinson guest-writes on our blog about PCOS-related heart disease and her latest #Heart4PCOS campaign.
Women with PCOS often struggle with insulin resistance and, potentially, infertility. Here are the tried and true ways to manage your symptoms so that getting pregnant on your own is more likely.