Emotional wellness and PCOS
People with PCOS are about 3 times more likely to experience depression and anxiety than people without PCOS.
Medications and other therapies may be helpful for improving symptoms of depression and anxiety and we are here to educate and support you at each step you take towards a happier you.
Physical Symptoms of PCOS
How is PCOS related to mental health?
- PCOS may have significant impacts on quality of life and may be associated with a higher risk of mood disorders.
- Physical symptoms of PCOS, including excess hair growth, hair loss, acne, weight changes and fertility problems, can negatively affect mood, self-confidence and body image.
- The longer it takes for a woman to receive a diagnosis of PCOS, the more likely she is to be depressed or anxious.
- Hormonal Imbalances that cause PCOS may also affect mental health adversely.
Mental Health Check
Take our brief assessment today for a deeper insight into your emotional health.
Understand PCOS better.
PCOS is a growing cause of concern in women these days and is commonly associated with occurrence of negative thoughts about oneself.
We have created a separate module for you to know more about PCOS.
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Other Mental Health Assessment Tools
Postpartum Depression Check
Confused whether you could be suffering from postpartum depression and if you should take professional advice? Try this tool to find out.
Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Check
If you suffer from emotional up-downs before your periods, try this tool to find out if you possibly suffer from Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder and should consult an expert.
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