PCOS in Celebrities: Famous Faces Discuss the Disorder Honestly

 PCOS in Celebrities: Famous Faces Discuss the Disorder Honestly

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You've certainly heard of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), a condition that affects one in every ten women in the UK and can cause acne, increased body hair, weight gain, and fertility concerns. Some people who are affected will experience a slew of severe symptoms, while others will experience only one or two signals that are more modest.

 Mr. Sachchidananda Maiti, a Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician at Pall Mall Medical, explains, 'PCOS is a disorder that can impair the female reproductive systems.'

Jillian Michaels

Jillian Michaels, a celebrity trainer and former Women's Health cover star, has gone out about living with PCOS and endometriosis, as well as how her battles with infertility led to adoption. 

Jillian has even written a blog post on her own website about how she manages her symptoms by changing her lifestyle, such as exercising regularly and eating a diet rich in whole grains, vegetables, protein, and fruit.

Pieterse, Sasha

After the birth of her child, former Pretty Little Things actress Sasha spoke to People Magazine about her PCOS. 'The fact that we were able to conceive was such a godsend because I was so worried about PCOS.'

Harnaam Kaur

Harnaam, a model and activist, has an iconic full beard as a result of having PCOS. Kaur became a Sikh at the age of16, which meant she agreed to let her hair grow out in accordance with religious teachings.

 'It took me several years to get to the point where I felt capable of doing this, and bullies were the ones who drove me there.' Indians are notoriously hirsute, and I suffer from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal condition that affects one in every ten women globally.'

Lea Michele

Lea Michele has been extremely forthright about her PCOS diagnosis. 'I went to a fantastic doctor, and the minute she saw me, she said, "Oh, you have PCOS," which explained everything,' she told Health.com.

Daisy Ridley

Daisy Ridley opened out about her PCOS experience on Instagram, describing her battles with acne, which was a sign of her disease. 'I was diagnosed with endometriosis at the age of 15,' she wrote. 'After one laparoscopic, numerous consultations, and eight years later, the pain was back (albeit milder this time!) and my skin was the worst it had ever been. Everything I've done (products, antibiotics, more products, more antibiotics) has left my body in a state of disarray. I finally discovered I have polycystic ovaries, which explains why my symptoms are so awful.'

Jaime King

'For all the struggling ladies and moms out there who believe they're alone — this is the truth about conceiving my kid and my hardships after 8 years of pain and undiagnosed PCOS and Endometriosis,' Jaime wrote on Instagram.

Palmer, Keke

Actress Keke Palmer is another celebrity who has spoken out about her PCOS diagnosis. 'PolyCystic Ovarian Syndrome has been attacking me from the inside out my entire life and I had no idea,' she posted on Instagram. People in my field offered to pay for my acne treatment because it was that awful.'

Baldwin, Alaia

On Instagram, Alaia Baldwin, Hailey Bieber's sister, is refreshingly honest about her battle with endometriosis and PCOS, publishing reels and videos discussing her diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment.





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