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Mental and Emotional Wellness

How to Talk to Your Significant Other About PCOS-Related Mental Health Issues

By Gretchen Kubacky, PsyD

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omen with PCOS have a much higher rate of mental health issues than women who don’t have PCOS. These include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, mood swings, suicidal thoughts and eating disorders. And the truth

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is, as difficult as it is to be alone, it’s also hard to be in a relationship when you have not only the physical issues of PCOS, but also the mental health issues. Learning how to live well with PCOS-related mental health issues is always a work in progress.

PCOS CHALLENGE JAN - MAR 2018 VOLUME 3 ISSUE 1

Profile for PCOS Challenge

PCOS Challenge Magazine Jan-Mar 2018  

In this issue: Historic Year for PCOS Advocacy: U.S. Senate Passes PCOS Resolution; The Things No One Tells You About Infertility; The Three...

PCOS Challenge Magazine Jan-Mar 2018  

In this issue: Historic Year for PCOS Advocacy: U.S. Senate Passes PCOS Resolution; The Things No One Tells You About Infertility; The Three...