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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:PCOS and Weight Gain -- What You Can Do About It!Ladies, if you have PCOS, you probably are dealing with the battle of the bulge.<br /> <br />But there is something you can do about it and this slideshow may be helpful to get you started on fine tuning your diet:<br /> <br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/diet/slideshow-weight-gain-shockers"><b><i>Weight Gain Shockers Slideshow: Surprising Reasons You're Gaining Weight</i></b></a> <br /> <br />So where do you start if you are looking to change your diet and exercise plans?<br /> <br />Rich Weil is the guy to ask on our <a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/fitness-and-exercise-exchange"><b><i>Fitness and Exercise Community</i></b></a> and Elaine Magee can help you clean up your diet on our <a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/food-and-cooking-exchange"><b><i>Food & Cooking Community</i></b></a> .<br /> <br />What dieting and exercise tips do you want to share with your fellow community members?<br /> <br />- Annie
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