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  1. PCOS and Sleep: How to Get a Good Night's Sleep When you Have PCOS

    Despite it being a hot topic within the wellbeing industry these last few years, sleep remains an underrated essential where health is concerned.

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  2. Can Turmeric Help with PCOS? 4 Ways Turmeric Could Help you Manage PCOS Symptoms

    You know as well as we do – the web is overflowing with theories on the best methods to manage PCOS symptoms, some science-backed, others with... let's just say a *lot* less substance.

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  3. PCOS and Weight Gain

    Weight is a delicate, yet, prominent topic where PCOS is concerned. It's the symptom that seems to garner the most attention, and is, unfortunately, all too often named responsible for the development of someone's PCOS.

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  4. Are Lesbians Really More At Risk of PCOS? Or, is Science Still Failing our LGBTQIA+ Community?

    If you Google “lesbians and PCOS,” the first result is a study I very much wish could be wiped from the internet. 

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  5. Why Language Matters to Queer People Diagnosed with PCOS

    Pride Month is a difficult time for me. As much as it’s a time for celebrating and remembering LGBTQIA+ history, for many of us it’s also a time that highlights some of our most painful personal moments. For me, those moments are dominated by waiting rooms, awkward examinations with ice-cold speculums, and fumbling through my medical history to the obvious chagrin of my doctor. As someone who was diagnosed with Polycystic-Ovarian Syndrome and identifies as queer in both my sexuality and gender identity, going to the doctor feels like punishment.

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  6. Does PCOS increase the risk of developing diabetes?

    Around 50% of women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) will develop pre-diabetes or type-2 diabetes before the age of 40.
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