Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is the most common endocrine disorder among women between the ages of 18 and 44. Many women find out they have PCOS after struggling with weight gain, infertility, or excess hair. It may sound scary at first but is manageable and there are plenty of resources to guide you.
We put together a list of resources that can help you safely navigate the PCOS world.
The PCOS List
Did you know that there are four types of PCOS? Lara Briden has a unique flowchart to help you understand what kind of PCOS you have. Check it out right here.
What are the symptoms? The PCOS awareness association has an in-depth explanation of symptoms and more right here.
Need some support? Do you have some unanswered questions? Get answers from experts in this podcast by the PCOS Diva.
From recipes to hair removal tips, the PCOS Project combines useful information on this blog. Or as they refer to it, “knowledge, cysterhood, & health". Click here for more details.
Want to learn how to eat to feel better with PCOS? Check out MY PCOS KItchen for cookies, keto snacks and more,
Why you should track ovulation with PCOS. Read about it on our blog post.
We love Cory Amron Ruth MS, RDN, who inspires us daily with her PCOS tips. Check it out on Instagram or on her website .
Getting pregnant with PCOS. Here are some helpful tips.