Posts Tagged ‘PCOS’

PCOS – Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and WLS Weight loss surgery

Information I have found about the effects of Weight loss surgery on PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Here is the link I got most of my information from. I have most of my information first hand but I put the link up incase you felt you needed to share this information with your doctor. I hope it helps.

Hope’s Post-op surgery video 7
Video Rating: 4 / 5

How I lost 77 lbs. even with PCOS

I have PCOS, and never ever believed I’d ever be able to lose weight. I attempted one particular thing soon after yet another. This was my previous selection before providing in, throwing in the towel, and selecting bariatric surgical treatment. I did some analysis and finally I’ve identified a way to get the benefits I want. I am nevertheless not carried out, but I’ve eradicated 77 lbs so far. I began at 302 and am now 226 (height is 5’2″). This is a quite standard overview of my battle. The next video clips will go deeper into specifics for these of you who want to check out what I did. If this aids even 1 man or woman to uncover flexibility from the hell of weight problems, then it was worth it. Also, sorry about the shifty-eyed-ridiculous-look, I was just nervous making this video clip. I suppose Im authorized that this when. Afterall I just busted my 1st-video clip-virginity. Ohh boy! :D
Video clip Rating: four / 5

PCOS and Obesity TTC & Pregnancy -baby4brandy

Brandy -baby4brandy discusses having PCOS while being obese and trying to conceive as well as pregnancy while obese. Please check out my new channel! The participants in 5WaitingWombs are not medical professionals and do not take legal responsibility for any information or advice that is shared via videos, emails, comments. The information and facts we share are for educational purposes only and cannot substitute for a conversation with your doctor or pharmacist. We strongly encourage you to discuss with and obtain permission from your doctor before making any medical decision or beginning any over-the-counter or doctor prescribed drug(s) / herb(s).