Polycystic ovary disease (Polycystic ovaries): Cysts in the ovaries that occurs when the follicle stops developing
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Anyone else have PCOS and experiencing chronic neck pain? I have been dealing with neck pain for 6 years and have not been able to figure out the problem. Just wondering if anyone else have a similar experience! Thanks!
I just went to the hospital yesterday after the pain I had been experiencing for a long time became too unbearable. They told me I have PCOS and prescribed me Relpax. I have been against medication for so long (mainly out of fear), but I want to ease the pain and ask for some advice. Has anyone found Relpax to help? Are the side effects major?
Not sure what details they want here? erm still alive and so far no more new diagnoses as each year seem to get diagnosed with something else. The main thing that is really annoying is that apart from the above illnesses is the various other things such as six car accidents, (I wouldn't mind but I wasn't even moving for four of them, two I was the passenger and the last one which completely squished the car and turned it over I was hit by a heavy good vehicle who wasn't aware which side of the road to drive on) one plane crash (small plane and no I wasn't driving) getting every illness that goes round: measles, mumps, chicken pox, meningitis, whooping cough (as an adult) double pneumonia (twice), swine flu (formally diagnosed), fractured skull and dislocated shoulder/ankle/knee (not related to any accident already mentioned) so yeah... when Ebola came out I went to ground I'm telling you! Symptoms of illnesses above the migraine is probably the most irritating as this affects my ability to live daily life. Whilst the rainbows are pretty they are a little distracting and the nausea drives me crazy. I hate feeling like my eyes are trying to swell up and push their way outside of my head. Can't help but wonder if the enlarged blood cells are a significant contributor to this - they have no idea what is causing the enlargement as all tests have come back normal. The doctor said i was 'abnormally normal' he wouldn't be the first. FOOD ISSUES: I seem to intolerant to red meat?? I'm fine with fish but can't eat meat - I weep for bacon :( however not allowed to put that in under conditions. MILK allergy anything that comes from a mammary gland set off allergy, not intolerance diagnosed allergy. Oh cheese dear friend how could you betray me :(((( PCOS and the sciatica - loosing over 10 stone or if you like 140 lbs really helped along with a restricted diet with exercise but that has really helped, and yeah nice to be a size UK 10 but can't allow myself to put on weight as the pain comes back and there is nothing quite like it. Low blood pressure: I average about 92 over 58 very low, however I get no dizziness, every time i get my blood pressure taken by someone there is the stand up, sit down, stand up, sit down, let's take it again and ...oh, it's the same? again, abnormally normal. Anyone else abnormally normal?
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I was officially diagnosed with MS back in April and unofficially diagnosed back in February. I would assume that I have had PCOS since I was a teenager but I have for sure had it since 2009 after an exploratory lap. I am pretty freaked out with the MS diagnosis more than anything else.
I have been on depo for a good portion of my life due to endometriosis. The first time I went off it, I developed pcos and Hasimotos. Leading to two misscarriges. But after a few years and treatment, I was able to conceive and have two beautiful girls. Decided to go back on depo for BC and to help the symptoms of pcos. Up until this last April when I decided to have a tubal ND go off of it. Well 8 months later my Hasimotos is back with a vengeance. I have a goider and two nodules after my ultrasound. My TSH is normal due to me taking my levothyroxine bit my antibodies are currently at 2000. I swear the depo controled it all and kept it in line. But I do believe it was what caused it all in the first place. I am so tempted to go back on it. I have gained 30lbs just since my tubal, my periods are are so hard and I can't keep a tampon or a pad on more than a hour and it's full. I have more depression that started. I just don't know what to do. Awaiting a. Appointment with my endocrinologist to have a biopsy done of my nodules and what he's going to do. I have a feeling he's going to kill it, remove it, or put me on more meds to help. Any suggestions??
I'm a 46 year old female, diagnosed with lower leg dvt a week ago after having thyroidectomy surgery the previous week. The ER put me on 15 mg Xarelto twice a day. I have been on seasonique birth control for 10 years, but took myself off after the blood clot scare last week. I figured I wouldn't get a period for a long time since I have polycystic ovarian syndrome and my periods used to be so irregular, going months without one before I went on the pill. But only after a week of stopping the Seasonique, I got a period this morning, but it's super heavy with big clots. I am assuming the xeralto is causing it, but how long will it last? Will the bleeding be like this every month or will it taper off? I need to be on the Xarelto for at least 6 months the ER doc said. Anyone else have really heavy periods on Xarelto? How long did it last and when should I be worried? I feel like I'm calling doctors with every picking thing and they will dismiss me as a hypochondriac!
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