Why the name "PCOS" is totally awful (and inaccurate)

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    Stephanie Pauley

    Love this. I had endometriosis accompanied by prolapse and I had a full hysterectomy with a bi-lateral at the age of 27, they took it all. Sure no endometriosis but in my early 40s I was diagnosed with PCOS. Obviously, I have no ovaries but I have the hair loss, high blood pressure, pre-diabetes, high cholesterol, basically I have most symptoms. Who would have thought that, after 17 years of toppers and wigs, I would come across an company so compassionate and informative. Heather, you ROCK girl, and so do all of those who support and work with you. I can't thank you enough.

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