Are you a woman who suffers from one or more of the following?
1. Abnormal hair growth?
2. Excess weight?
4. Irregular or erratic menstrual cycles?
5. Do you feel like no one understands what is going on with your body, including your own doctor?
If so, then you may have PCOS.
What is PCOS?
PCOS stands for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and affects approximately 10% of women in the United States who are between the ages of 15 and 69 (10.5 million people).
Why should I read this book?
1. Educational. “Pocket PCOS” aims to help educate and empower women who have the disease, along with their spouses, family members and friends.
2. Hopeful. While being honest and realistic, another main goal of “Pocket PCOS” is to give hope. While there is currently not a cure for PCOS, Mr. Hearn and Dr. Minassian show women how they can treat and manage the symptoms that come with having the disease.
3. Informal writing style. “Pocket POCS” treats women with honesty and respect, writing directly to you, a woman who has PCOS.
4. Medically solid- Dr. Shahab S. Minassian is a leader in treating women with the disease.
5. Packed with resources- “Pocket PCOS” includes lists of other books and websites where you can go to receive more information and further help.
6. Personal testimonies. The book includes personal testimonies from seven different women who have PCOS. These womens’ testimonies help to make PCOS real and personal.
At times you may feel hopeless as you struggle with PCOS, but through “Pocket PCOS”, Mr. Hearn and Dr. Minassian want to encourage you to have hope and remember that you are not alone. There is strength in numbers. You can make it.