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Updated PCOS resources available, including multilingual fact sheets

Jean Hailes news 16 Sep 2020
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September is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month, a time to highlight a hormonal disorder that can affect up to one in 10 women of child-bearing age.

So, it’s the perfect time to let you know that we’ve recently updated our PCOS web pages, and to remind you of our latest PCOS resources.

Our website information and resources now reflect the latest clinical guidelines for diagnosing and managing PCOS, a condition with symptoms that can vary so much from woman to woman than some don’t even realise they have it.

The latest clinical guidelines are now reflected in our comprehensive web content and have also informed our newest suite of PCOS publications.

These include a 32-page booklet ‘Understanding Polycystic ovary syndrome: All you need to know’ and multilingual PCOS fact sheets.

Thanks to translation service Ethnolink, our PCOS fact sheets are available in Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Dari, plain English, Farsi, Hindi, Sinhala, Tamil and Vietnamese.

These resources can help guide you through the entire journey of PCOS, from symptoms and causes to diagnosis and management.

See our latest PCOS web content here.

View and download our PCOS booklet here and our multilingual PCOS fact sheets here.