There is a certain hidden truth about PCOS or polycystic ovary syndrome, and that is even if you go to doctors and tell them about certain symptoms that are common for said health issue you can go many years without being actually diagnosed. The sad truth although it is the number one infertility issue in women is there is still not enough exposure, talk, or people really knowing what it is including doctors. Doctors many of times might diagnose with other issues that are not the true heart of the matter such as diabetes, hypothyroidism, and etc which is caused due to having pcos. This personally happened to me I had many of the symptoms of pcos even as young as 12 when I suddenly gained weight as I hit puberty and not due to food issues.
However, all the kids that teased me about my weight only seeing that, not knowing the truth as I didn't know the truth. I would struggle until even my twenties with body image because I was curvier than most people I knew. With the media portray…
Write a review of a form of entertainment you have taken in rather book, movie, tv show, and etc. what did you like and didn’t like about it? Was there any lessons to be learned or just pure entertainment?
Hubby and I have been watching a lot of castle which has been very awesome we highly enjoy the show together and Nathan Fillion is really good in it. Last weekend we finally saw Star Wars the Last Jedi and we both highly enjoyed that and liked how there was extra depth to the characters from The Force Awakens. I need to get back to my audiobooks have quite a few I need to review. There wasn’t anything negative to Star Wars or castle. Checked out this Netflix show called glitches which was very interesting and the Netflix movie what happened to Monday. The what happened to Monday definitely can show us what happens when extreme things go on in our world and the possible consequences if we aren’t careful on how to deal with said extreme things.