Several years ago, I started on a journey that has affected my life more than I ever could have imagined. I decided that I wanted to become healthier. I wanted to eat, look, and feel healthier. I told my mother of my new goal, and she was immediately on board. We worked together and searched the internet for how to know if a food item is nutritious, non-nutritious, or just plain bad for one’s health. I learned a lot, and I embarked on my mission right away. It only took a few months; I was already feeling healthier than ever, and I even lost twenty four pounds. I continued on my new way of life, and I felt really good – for a while. A few months later, though, there were some concerns with my body. One was that I gained the twenty four pounds back and quickly. This was troubling. I ate healthier than anyone I knew and exercised almost every day.

I immediately went to my doctor and told her of my rapid unexplainable weight gain along with my other symptoms, and I just remember her looking at me like I was crazy. All she said was, “Your weight is completely normal for someone your age and height.” I knew my weight was normal, but that was not my point. I had gained twenty four pounds eating extremely healthy foods and exercising daily. I was concerned. My weight was consistently increasing. I was not yet obese, but where was I headed?She spoke to me as if I had an eating disorder asking, “Do you find yourself thinking about food all of the time?” It sickened me. All I wanted was to be healthy. I finally convinced my doctor to run some tests, and I waited nervously and impatiently. The results for hypothyroidism came in. Negative. A few minutes later, though, I was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal condition that causes numerous symptoms, including acne, obesity, infertility, etc.The first symptom is usually unexplained weight gain. It is important to diagnose and treat this condition early before…

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