Just Diagnosed...they put me on metformin..did not mention a diet for PCOS

by Anonymous 4
(harrisburg or usa)

I was diagnosed with PCOS today. Reading these stories help. They have put me on Gluphase 2x a day

They didn't mention a diet, because they said I wasn't overweight, but the hair has been incredible.

They said my other hormones were in check, try rogaine.. Any info, would help

Thank you

Anonymous 4

Editor's Note:

You may discover that pills will not make your PCOS go away and that you will need to take action beyond swallowing some pills.

Medical research has shown that the right combination of healthier diet and increased exercise is as effective, or more effective, than metformin.

So why depend on metformin alone? Why not also improve your diet and exercise? You can find out more in our book:
www.ovarian-cysts-pcos.com/pcos-book-res.html

In addition, don't forget the metformin has some significant side effects. Read about the side effects here:
www.ovarian-cysts-pcos.com/glucophage-metformin-pcos.html


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