Ok I am going to my doctor in a few weeks to see if I have PCOS. I be just wondering if it is very feasible that I have the disease.
I believe I own PCOS?
I'm 17 and my periods haven't ever really be regular and sometimes I'll miss 3 or 4 in a row. My last time of year was about 8 weeks ago.
I am over cargo, but I am not obese. I watch what I eat and I exercise profusely, but I gain weight each year. Two years ago I become obsessive with my counterweight and lost 15 pounds in 4 months. A week after I lost it, I didn't gain or lose for about two weeks, consequently gained it all vertebrae very fast.
I am also flat chested. I'm not sure this is a adjectives symptom, but my mom says it is. I wear an a cup and sometimes that is too big for me. My boobs never fully formed any, they are still kinda pointy and not round. They haven't grown since middle school.
I don't know if I have more facial down than most women because I dont know what's common, but I pluck my upper lip hairs every week or every other week, but they aren't really definite if I forget to pluck them. But I always have some coat on my stomach that i shave once, or twice a week. and sometimes I shave my back hair (like once a month). But after again, I don't know if I have more hair than other women, I may purely be a freak who loves to not have hair on my body.
I gain acne on my face all the time and I never used to going on for 2 years ago.
My cousin was diagnosed with the sickness a few years ago.
Sorry if this is so long. I know none of you are doctors, but I was just wondering give or take a few a rough guess about what the chances be that I had the disease. Please be honest if you answer.
Answers: I think you might. I own pcos and I have trouble with my bulk, I grow hair everywhere a man does. And my periods hold never been irregular. I do have big brest so I'm not sure give or take a few the small brest thing. I'm glad your going to the doctor about it though. The sooner you find out the easier it is to treat. You call for to watch for Diabetes as well because beside pcos your body produces more insulin then you need. If you would similar to more info go to this site. http://www.4woman.gov/FAQ/pcos.htm