From an early age, women are conditioned to believe that not only are thin bodies more “attractive” than fat bodies, but that being thin is a clear indicator that a person is healthy and in excellent shape.
As is the case with many health concerns, how to know if you polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can be difficult to tell on your own, unless you know exactly what to look for. And even then, signs of this hormonal and reproductive disorder can be easy to miss.
EVERY PREGNANCY COMES WITH RISK, BUT FOR WOMEN OVER 35, THERE’S A BIT MORE TO THINK ABOUT. HERE’S HOW ADVANCED MATERNAL AGE CAN AFFECT YOU AND BABY.
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