Do you live with irregular periods, acne and skin discoloration, unusual hair growth, and weight gain? You could be living be Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, commonly referred to as PCOS.
PCOS is a metabolic and hormonal disorder which affects up to 15% of women. A combination of genetic and environmental factors contributes to PCOS. As with any syndrome, not every woman with PCOS will experience it in the same way, but it is characterized by a core group of symptoms.
While there is no cure for PCOS it can be managed with lifestyle changes and help from your physician.
“Kettering Health Network offers a comprehensive treatment approach to PCOS including medication to address hormone imbalances, skin care specialists, sleep medicine, and a nutrition and exercise team,” says Kettering Reproductive Medicine nurse practitioner, Erin Yontz, CRNP. “Whether you are in your teens, trying to start a family, or beyond child bearing age, our specialists will create a personalized treatment plan just for you.”
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