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Hi.

I've been suffering from pcos since teenage, having all the symptoms like weight gain, facial hair, irregular periods etc..

I have had my gastric sleeve in november 2020 and lost 25 kg in total.

I have seen improvement with my pcos symptoms, for example getting a regular period cycle, less facial hair and obviously weight loss.

Now, almost after 2 years my period cycle is getting irregular again. Increasing 2-4 days every month. For example, 30 days cycle in June, 34 days in July and 36 days plus (still missing) in August, and I'm definitely bot pregnant.

Has anyone else had the same problem? I'm really worried that my Pcos might kick.in again. My weight is on a stall, as I'm not doing much at the moment.

Please share your experiences

Thank you

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Can you update your latest weight? I am not sure if you're at a normal BMI. It took me almost 6 months post-op to get my period naturally and ovulate (also a fellow PCOS-er). So I suppose it's different for different individuals.

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4 hours ago, DaisyAndSunshine said:

Can you update your latest weight? I am not sure if you're at a normal BMI. It took me almost 6 months post-op to get my period naturally and ovulate (also a fellow PCOS-er). So I suppose it's different for different individuals.

I'm guessing she weighs 113kg since she was 138kg when she started all this and has lost 25kg. So she's roughly 5'7", started off weighing 304 pounds, has lost 55 pounds, and now weighs 249 pounds.

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I'm guessing she weighs 113kg since she was 138kg when she started all this and has lost 25kg. So she's roughly 5'7", started off weighing 304 pounds, has lost 55 pounds, and now weighs 249 pounds.
Yes. This is correct.
I have been getting my periods very regularly for the past 1 and half year now. A cycle of 28- 30 days.


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