Download and Print or e-mail our pamphlets to spread the word about PCOS:
When printing, please print using two-sided printing to preserve the layout. When e-mailing or printing, please include the contact information for the nearest Power Up Group.
Thank you Jason Crowell Designs!
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Power Up for PCOS provides support to women with PCOS and their families through educational Power Up Groups, building connections with other PCOS women, calendar of upcoming PCOS events, professional referrals and reviews, PCOS store, and other specialized events to raise awareness for PCOS.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) can be a very isolating syndrome. The best thing to remember is YOU ARE NOT ALONE. The people connected with Power Up for PCOS are here for you. We know what it's like because we were there once. Newly diagnosed and not sure where to go, what to do and just feeling overwhelmed. That's how Power Up for PCOS was born. Our mission statement above explains a little about what we do but I would like to point you in the right direction to get started.*NEW AND EXCITING Power Up for PCOS NEWS*
1. Please see the description of PCOS at the right side of this page. This may be a different statistic than you've heard before but it is based on the latest research.
2. Please explore the different pages listed on the left. Some contain links to how to connect more fully with us through social media. Pay special attention to joining the Cyster's Circle and finding the Facebook groups based on your region.
3. Download the pamphlets on the left sidebar for more information about PCOS in detail.
4. Don't give up being active. We have presentations available, groups available, and all kinds of different projects to help empower you successfully manage your PCOS. You just have to KEEP ACTIVE.
We now have brochures you can print to spread the word about PCOS. You can download them using the links on the left side bar. Thank you Jason Crowell Designs
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is an endocrine disorder that is thought to affect nearly 20% of all females in the world (1 in 5 women). It is a cluster of complicated symptoms that are not the same for every woman. Women can also have symptoms but may not necessarily have cysts on their ovaries. It is believed to be fundamentally caused by insensitivity to the hormone insulin.