Early Menopause – Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

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by Guneet
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Hi, my name is Guneet, age 26, weight 65 kgs, height 5’2, unmarried. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) patients also suffer from the deficiency of progesterone & estrogen & less blood in body, they are either affected by their family backgrounds or through husband in my case it is premature menopause.

My all family members are suffering from diabetic problems & anemic problem, which causes me PCOS, under this problem a person goes through deficiency of progesterone & estrogen & not allowing ovaries to produce eggs in it.

Instead it produces multiple eggs which increases the size of ovaries & a girl do not get periods for months which makes a girl fat.

I’m suffering through PCOS (poly cystic ovarian disease) from 2005, I was 72 kgs then within few days when I started the medicines of oral contraceptive pills called Diane -35, iron medicine & metamorphin for diabetic type 2(which caused by excess of insulin produced in the body due to non mesuration prior to diagnosis) I lost weight immediately.

But after 2 years my doctor started playing games with me. She told me to leave all the medicines (was 65 kgs at that time), which I did.

I started putting on weight & I did not even have my periods for that month after that she told me to continue the medicines, I started losing weight again from 69 kgs I reached 61 in 6 months.

Yhen again she told me to leave the medicines, & again I put on weight. I’m stuck at 65 kgs, I’m frustrated with this process, I feel helpless.

I do yoga for 40 minutes & go to gym after that I do 20 minutes treadmill, 20 minutes cross trainer & 20 minutes cycle & end with stretching, but still I’m fat, I’m in depression, I feel like doing suicide.

plz help me in this matter if any one can, I’m tired of my doctor process. Is there any way out?? Is it necessary to stop these medicines ??

Answer from Rumi
Hi Gunnet, I can feel your pain through your letter. But I am not a doctor and I can’t comment on your issues. I browse Amazon and read some book title about PCOS, found this book to have many nice reviews and it helped women with your disease: A Patient’s Guide to PCOS: Understanding–and Reversing–Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

We are here to support you and you can share your thoughts.

Wish you fast healing.

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