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PCOS is a hormone disorder where the woman’s body produces an excess of the hormone testosterone. This can cause irregular periods or even stop them altogether, and it can also make it difficult to become pregnant. Common symptoms of PCOS include weight gain, poor blood glucose and insulin control and high cholesterol and triglycerides. This can put you at higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes and heart disease.  5-10% of women are affected by PCOS. By following a scientifically devised nutrition plan, we can help you at the clinic manage and successfully control your symptoms.