Dating pcos

dating pcos

Can you date with PCOS?

Early Dating: Surface Exploration If you’re serious about finding a relationship partner, the purpose of a first date is merely to determine if you’re interested enough to have a second date. Because PCOS is an unknown for most people, and it’s a “disease,” treat it the way you would handle any other bad news.

How do you deal with PCOS in a relationship?

Same with PCOS. This is not about lying; it’s about becoming more intimate in a gradual and meaningful way that strengthens a growing relationship, while protecting you from injury by someone who isn’t attached enough to be decent and thoughtful, and may just bail out on you. This means getting more intimate emotionally as well as physically.

Why is PCOS so hard to talk about?

Because PCOS is an unknown for most people, and it’s a “disease,” treat it the way you would handle any other bad news. You don’t want to talk about your crazy ex, the abortion you had in high school, your mother’s alcoholism, or anything else that might scare someone off. Same with PCOS.

Where can I find a PCOS psychologist?

Gretchen Kubacky, Psy.D., “The PCOS Psychologist,” is a health psychologist in private practice in Los Angeles, California. She a Certified PCOS Educator, and the founder of PCOSwellness.com. You can contact Dr. Kubacky at AskDrGretchen@gmail.com.

Do women with PCOS have periods?

Well there are so many women with PCOS who haven’t had a natural period for months, if not years. When they do finally actually have a period, it’s cause for major celebration.

Can I get pregnant if I have PCOS?

Yes, its possible for women with PCOS to get pregnant on their own or with the help of medications that can help cause ovulation. What are the possible risks of PCOS to the mother and baby? Both women who have PCOS and their babies are more likely to have certain complications, including:

Can PCOS affect your relationships?

Here are some factors that can affect your relationships if you have PCOS and what you can do about it. Besides causing reproductive changes like irregular periods and difficulty conceiving, PCOS can cause a number of distressing dermatological symptoms such as acne, boils, irregular hair growth, hair loss, skin tags, and weight gain.

How did you deal with PCOS in your early 20s?

I was diagnosed with PCOS in my early 20s and went on birth control for 7 years. I went off for 3 months and started trying to get pregnant but I wasn’t ovulating or getting periods. I took Fertilemd supplement for one month and it jump-started my hormones.

Related posts: