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    Blue Sky Guest

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    Hi Girls,

    I recently found these books when doing some research of my own into PCOS. Thought you might be interested.

    Polycystc ovary syndrome: a woman’s guide to identifying & managing PCOS. Written by Dr J Eden. (2005).
    This book tells you how it is in 'lay' language, is easy to read & understand. Published in Australia too.

    Polycystic ovary syndrome. Edited by Gab Kovacs (2000).
    This book is more 'scientific' (dont know how else to describe it sorry) but is still fairly easy to read. It goes into detail about the history of the diagnosis of the disease, the pathology, genetics etc. The authors are prominent Drs/scientists in the PCOS field - ie, people who know their stuff!

    Happy reading!

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    Thanks for the info, will have to look for them.


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    I have to second the recommendation for Dr Eden's book. I found it fascinating

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    Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Christchurch NZ


    thanks Blue Sky - will have to have a look and see if i can get them here in NZ....

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    Join Date
    Apr 2005


    Yeah thanks Bluesky - the only PCOS book I've read so far is the New Glucose Revolution PCOS edition, which is very good also.

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