Hey there! I apologize for falling off the grid for a little bit. Life has been pretty exciting and crazy lately. I have accepted a position as a Women's Health Resident in FL and I will be moving in less than 2 months! Over the last few weekends I've traveled down to FL to apartment hunt, taken a pelvic floor course in NJ, and been studying for FL licensure. Good news: I found a cute apartment, got licensed in FL, and LOVED the pelvic floor course!
I’ve written a few posts now about pelvic floor diagnoses and about signs that you may have problems with your pelvic floor muscles. So maybe you’ve been reading and you think “Oh crap, I’ve done that!” or “OMG maybe I have that?!” And now you’re thinking… “Okay so what do I do now?” So maybe you’ve been reading and you think “Oh crap, I’ve done that!” or “OMG maybe I have that?!” And now you’re thinking… “Okay so what do I do now?”
This week’s post highlights the most common, although somewhat unknown, women’s health diagnosis. Polycystic ovarian syndrome affects anywhere from 1 in 10 to 1 in 20 women in the United States alone, and many more worldwide. It is an endocrine disorder, meaning it is a problem with hormone regulation.