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hairy, moody, pcos and irs

I recently found out that I have polycystic ovaries. I knew something was wrong with me years before the doctors knew. Now I am also prediabetic. I am so hairy and no one else in my family has the same problem. I hate going out in public and showing my face. I have done EpiLight surgery on my face twice to the tune of 1500 usd. I am still hairy. I have been trying to get pregnant for years, still nothing. What should I do? Who should I see? What should I be asking my doctors? I am 27 and I feel I have a lot of years left, I don't want to spend it in misery. Will changing my diet help at all?
  laland on 2008-11-08
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To improve the basic function of ovariesÂ…

Apis Mel Q Aurum. Iod. Q |*@1@*Kali Bromatum Q
1 Oz. of each of these medicines, to be mixed in a 4 Oz. bottle. Keep the bottle tightly sealed, when not in use.

Then take approx 20 drops with little water (not mare than 30 drops), to be taken at every 1 hours daily.. At least for one month..

Special Instructions..


(1)Take first dose early in the morning on rising, on empty stomach. (Immediately after brushing the teeth).(2) Take last dose at bed time. (3) Please do not take anything before or after 10 minutes of taking the medicines. (4) Please do not take Onion, Garlic, Coffee etc at least before and after one hour of taking the medicines.

This will definitely improve the function of ovaries.. We will tackle other symptoms after you get better results.. Keep me posted with the outcome..
maheshkamdar last decade
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17. How is your bowel movement and stool type?

18. How well do you sleep? Do you have a particular posture of sleeping?

19. Do you think you are able to satisfy your sexual desires in general?

20. Do you have any strange, peculiar or unusual symptom or feelings? How are you different from others?

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rishimba last decade

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