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    Anyone watch Rachael Ray?
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    Jessi10909 posted:
    I don't know about you ladies, but I DVR Rachal everyday lol. Last week she had a segment with a doctor about "Syndrome W" which is a metabolic syndrome caused by high insulin levels... it really reminded me of PCOS because the insulin levels are high, but sugar is normal. Thought I would share with you all :)
    http://www.rachaelrayshow.com/show/segments/view/all-new-could-you-be-suffering-syndrome-w/
    DH (38) and I (25) have been TTC my 1st, his 3rd since Jan. 2008 Currently on 1000mg Metformin + second round of clomid... fingers crossed! Good Luck everyone!
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