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PCOS and hypothyroidism
Does pcos go away after pregnancy? I have pcos along with hypothyroidism for last 5 years,right now I'm a mother of 5months old.
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PCOS is typically a life style disorder associated with insulin resistance . PCOS can be treated by life style modifications and some medications ( depending on the symptoms you have ) but it won’t go away by any means . It can’t be cured . Women with PCOS have high risk of getting diabetes , high blood pressure heart disease . It’s very important to maintain a healthy lifestyle to prevent these .
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