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New blog entry about PCOS from Jane Harrison-Hohner
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Annie_WebMD_Staff posted:
Hi Everyone!

Jane Harrison-Hohner, the health professional on our Women's Health Community board has a new entry on her Below-the-Belt: Women's Health blog :

PCOS and Pregnancy

Some of the questions that community members ask and that Jane answers in this blog are:

How do I know if I have PCOS?

How do I know if PCOS is the cause of my inability to get pregnant?

What treatments might help me?

Jane has some helpful information in this blog if you are trying to become pregnant so please give the link a click!

- Annie
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Annie_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Everyone!

Jane Harrison-Hohner has 2 more new blog entries in her series about PCOS that you may find helpful:

Is PCOS the Problem? -- Why getting pregnant is difficult.

Treating PCOS -- What treatments can help PCOS.

Be sure to take a look at the Below the Belt: Women's Health blog for more of Jane's blog entries about women's health problems.

- Annie
 
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kamilacbronx10458 responded:
Hi my name is Kamila. I have dignoised with pcos. The only thing is i do not know if thats what i have. please help!


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