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Why We Need to Keep Speaking Out About PCOS

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Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is lonely. But it doesn’t have to be. Recently, Keke Palmer has been sharing more about her experiences with the disorder, on Instagram and in interviews.

21Nintey published a story about Keke sharing. The more we speak up about having the disorder, the less alone we will all feel.

About 1 in 10 women have PCOS, a disorder of hormonal imbalances, and all that can come with that. Symptoms include irregular periods; many developing follicles in the ovaries; excessive body hair, such as on the face or chest (hirsutism); weight gain, often around the belly; insulin resistance; acne; skin tags; thinning head hair; and infertility.

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