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This Is What It Feels Like To Love A Woman That Is Struggling With PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)

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If you happen to be in a relationship with a woman struggling with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), please, know that you have a truly inspirational person by your side.

Because she’s living with a condition which greatly affects her mood, her confidence, her self-esteem, and her relationships with others, both romantic and otherwise. She faces her condition every single day with immense strength, determination, and courage.

If you happen to love and be loved by a woman fighting PCOS, you need to know that she’s doing her best to keep her condition under control. She’s doing everything in her power to prevent her condition from affecting your relationship and the way you feel about her.

More importantly, you need to know that she needs your complete, unswerving support. She needs you to be patient, caring, and loving. She needs to know that she’s not alone in her struggle and that you understand what she is going through.

Because there are times when she’s moody. There are times when she feels like she is on an emotional roller coaster.

There are times when it is difficult for her to control or just understand her emotions. One minute she is overjoyed and she’s sad the next. There are times when she feels like she is not herself.

There are times when small, unimportant things make her lose her temper. There are times when she picks a fight with and shouts at you although she doesn’t mean to.

This woman is a fighter. A real warrior. But, that doesn’t change the fact that her days are filled with doubts, worries, and fears.

Yes, she’s constantly doubting her strength, her qualities, her worth. She’s afraid that she might never ever conceive. She’s terrified that she might not enjoy the future she has always imagined – the future in which she falls asleep and wakes up next to you every night and every morning.

But, do you know what terrifies her the most?

Her most terrible fear is losing you. Yes, she is afraid that her condition might ruin everything you two have.

She fears that you might get tired of her and abandon her. She fears that you might want to look for love elsewhere. She’s scared that you might fall in love with another woman – a woman who is not struggling with PCOS. A woman who doesn’t have the insecurities and bodily imperfections she has. A woman who is perfect.

But, you know what?

She is deeply grateful. She’s enormously grateful for having such a good, caring, and loving person as you are by her side. She’s grateful to you for all your patience, compassion, support, and help.

So, I hope that you will always be there for her. That you’ll always shower her with attention and affection.

I hope that you will be there to hold her hand and comfort her when she feels weak and powerless. That you’ll be there to remind her of her worth when she doubts herself.

I hope that you’ll let her know that she is beautiful just the way she is. That her imperfections make her perfect. That her condition will never make your love for her fade away and destroy your relationship.