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Michelle B

Since I was a young teen I have had endocrine problems. I was diagnosed at 13 with PCOS. I have seen an endocrinologist every 6 months since that time, I am now 39 years old. I spent all of my teen and younger years on a cocktail of medications for PCOS- birth control, spironolactone, metformin,Continue Reading

Kate W

For years I fought my weight. Every year my PCP would encourage more exercise or healthy foods. In college, although I was playing softball and working out daily, I still gained. Then at once, I went up 50 more pounds and being the heaviest I have ever been, something had to give. My PCP wentContinue Reading

Amanda P

It’s tough to know where to begin. The more I find out about Cushing’s, I think about symptoms I myself dismissed for years, or blamed other things. I found ways to cope. I had one pregnancy to term, it was a horrible pregnancy. I vomited the entire pregnancy, honestly the only time in my adultContinue Reading


I don’t exactly know when the little bugger in my head started to grow, but I sure know it caused a lot of troubles for me over the course of at least 5 years. I had been very active from about 2012 – 2016. After going through a messy and traumatic separation from my husband,Continue Reading

Tina L

My name is Tina, and I was diagnosed with Cushing’s in March of 2013. I had a tumor removed from my pituitary gland on April 1, 2013. I was 46 years old. Twenty-seven years earlier, in April of 1986, I also had surgery to remove a large tumor from my pituitary gland. At that timeContinue Reading


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