Katrina - posted on 04/22/2012 ( no moms have responded yet )
I thought i was the only one that was going through PCOS when i lost my son back in Dec 14th 08. Jr was my life and i found out i had PCOS that same year. so it hurt a lot to go through it. i had no friends who understood, i was bullied during pregnancy and after my body rid of my son i was devastated. then i went to march of dimes and volunteered and became dedicated to them. now im 31wks going through the same issues, being bullied at work and outside of work, and i mean the illnesses and hospital trips have become frequent. I realize this, PCOS don't control me. it may limit me but there is nothing i can't do because God will turn impossible to possible. I found out PCOS wasn't always clld PCOS. not only that, PCOS isn't even talked about much today. I think we should change that. We should start by connecting with each other. supporting each other and make it a goal to start a movement. not many women know they have it and not many people know what it is. which is why the bullying and jokes start at us.we should come together. connect. some will build into tight friendships. we can help each other through difficult times. pregnant or not. we are the faces of PCOS but we are also the success of the women who take back our lives and gain control. we go through changes physical, mentally, emotionally, and sometimes spiritually but we are the hope and key to the future generation of women who will learn they have the same thing we have.let's stick together and if you think this is a good idea then let's do it. you can contact me at email@example.com. WE HAVE CONTROL!