Lyndsey’s Story – Getting a PCOS diagnosis

by | Jan 11, 2024

Before my time with Rose I had never considered a PCOS diagnosis. I first got in contact with Rose when I was struggling with a period that hadn’t stopped for three months, and was making me feel really unwell.

I had been to see the doctor and had several tests all of which, the doctor said came back ‘normal’. At this point, other than being offered various types of medication including Provera (which didn’t work). I was told I was being referred to a gynaecologist, but there was an 18-month wait.

It was at this point that I started to look for alternative support and came across Rose and her work in women’s health. Through our sessions I was able to begin to understand the reasons that my constant bleeding might be happening. I also started to acknowledge the measures I needed to put in place through diet, lifestyle and supplements to feel more like myself.

Through Rose’s persistence and diligence, I was able to get the PCOS diagnosis, that I had not been able to get from my many doctor’s appointments. At the beginning of my problems, it felt like I had no hope of a resolution and that my doctors did not understand or care, and that I was destined to feel unwell indefinitely.

Rose immediately took my issues seriously and now, through her guidance, I feel more like myself, have stopped the constant bleeding and I am on the right path to controlling my hormones and managing my PCOS symptoms.

If you have irregular bleeding either too long or too short bleeds or cycles, you can book a discovery call with me here to talk through your symptoms and see how I might be able to help. Also check out my Instagram page where I have a PCOS series covering lots of information about PCOS and its various symptoms.

Are you looking for natural ways to support your hormonal health?

 

Book a call with Rose to get a handle on your health and hormones so you can get on with your life without necessarily having to take medication or give up on living the life you love even if doctors have left you feeling as though there is no other way.

 

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