Prevalence of PCOS varies based on the diagnostic tool used, but according to the CDC, it affects an estimated 6% to 12% of US women in their reproductive years. That’s as many as 5 million women in our country, and the health complications that come with it can persist far beyond child-bearing years. It is the most common cause of anovulatory infertility (absence of egg release for fertilization).
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Blood Sugar: The Difference in Diets
Dr. Marlene Merritt explains the confusion around other “diets” and why they may have worked in the past, but why they fail for most people now.