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SASHA49450's Photo SASHA49450 Posts: 5,733
9/8/07 11:34 P

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I didn't even know you could be seen at Mayo for PCOS.

Please keep me updated. I'm interested to see where this goes for you.



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MISSWORLD's Photo MISSWORLD Posts: 36
9/8/07 9:38 A

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From what I know, depression is very common among women with PCOS [part of the whole hormonal rollercoster we go through]. My depression only improved when I cut down on carbs and added more protien and veggies to my diet. Sorry, I don't know anyone who have been to the Mayo Clinic for PCOS.

 
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REAGANSMOM02 Posts: 12
9/8/07 8:58 A

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I was just curious if anyone had been to the Mayo Clinic to be treated for their PCOS? I have an appointment in November and was curious if anyone else had been. My doctors believe that my severe, long term depression has something to do with my PCOS. If you have been there or know of someone else's experience, I would love to hear about it!

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