Is it best to be in your bmi range in order to have a period when having pcos

Polycystic Ovary (PCOS)

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  • NeuroNerd12


    While there’s a lot to say on how valid the BMI scale even is (doesn’t take into account gender, race, body comp, athleticism, muscle mass, body type, etc.), being a healthy weight certainly helps your body regulate your hormones better and just overall function better. You and your doctor will know what that weight is for you based off what weight you feel the best and healthiest at and other factors, but being at a healthy weight certainly aids your period!

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