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AskPCOS is your personal guide on PCOS.

Welcome to AskPCOS.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder among women.

We have developed this app to help women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) find information of the highest quality from leading experts in this field. It has been designed with women and for women with polycystic ovary syndrome.

Having PCOS is a journey of learning about the condition, of understanding how it impacts your life and of what you can do to manage this. We are providing trustworthy information to learn about the condition and support you to find the healthiest possible lifestyle for you.

Did you know?

Research shows that women who increase their knowledge of PCOS and who work in partnership with their health practitioners are likely to have better health outcomes.

This is why we have worked closely with women to develop this app and make sure it meets their needs. Researchers and clinicians have investigated PCOS intensively, particularly over the past five years, so that we now know a good deal more about the underlying causes and the best treatment approaches than before.

It is a journey

When I found out what was happening to me had a name, I was greatly relieved. Up to that point, I thought I was going crazy. I first suggested to my doctor that I was worried about my weight and facial hair, she said just stop eating and wax. I felt very isolated.

AskPCOS is your personal adviser on PCOS.


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This information is informed by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) approved evidence-based guidelines, community preference and multidisciplinary clinical expertise in PCOS. MCHRI (Monash Center for Health Research and Implementation) and Monash University provide the AskPCOS application... Read more

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