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  1. First Signs of PCOS – 5 Symptoms that Indicate you Could Have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    PCOS is a common health condition that’s thought to affect around 1 in 10 uterus owners in the UK.

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  2. 3 Stress Relieving Activities for People with PCOS

    This month is Stress Awareness Month – an opportunity to increase our understanding of what causes stress and how it manifests for us, and learn about the actions we can take to minimise and manage stress optimally.

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  3. How to Improve Female Fertility: 5 Fertility-Promoting Habits for People with PCOS

    Some 70%-80% of people with PCOS experience infertility – an inability to conceive after at least 12 months of regular unprotected sex. It’s very common and extremely distressing but, thankfully, doesn’t mean that pregnancy is an impossibility (in fact, research has found that the majority of people with PCOS trying to conceive will fall pregnant and give birth without any fertility treatment at least once).

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  4. What Does PCOS Acne Look Like?

    If you have PCOS, you have likely experienced PCOS acne at one point or another.

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  5. PCOS Support: Resources and PCOS Support Groups to Help You Navigate Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    Let's say it like it is – PCOS can cause major distress whether it’s a recent diagnosis, or you’ve been living with – and trying your best to manage – symptoms for years. Make no mistake, it *can* get easier, but it’s by no means a linear journey, and everyone will need PCOS support of some kind from time to time. 

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  6. PCOS and Self Esteem – How to Boost Confidence When You Have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    Low self-esteem is something everyone grapples with from time-to-time, however, it’s particularly prevalent in people with PCOS.

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