Life of a musician

Jul 31

thelordberic:

I am Daenerys Targaryen, the queen of self claimed bloated empty titles.

thelordberic:

I am Daenerys Targaryen, the queen of self claimed bloated empty titles.

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pastel-cutie:

People are already getting excited about Halloween and by people I mean me

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mangomamita:

yea sex is pretty good but have u ever taken a nap with someone

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ourpcos:

September is PCOS Awareness Month, so this time of year is perfect to bring awareness to PCOS and show support as well. You can bring awareness in many ways; social networking, your local community, PCOS Awareness runs, even PCOS awareness items! (Check out Zazzle’s PCOS Awareness item boutique). Spread this message and bring awareness even if you do not have PCOS, because there may just be someone in your life that does, someone who may not even know they have it! 
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common female endocrine disorders that is affecting women in numbers as high as one out of ten, although many cases remain undiagnosed because symptoms differ from one woman to another. While one woman may experience a range of symptoms, another may have little to none. PCOS is a condition in which the sex hormones in a female’s body are imbalanced, which can cause cysts on the ovaries, weight gain, changes in menstrual cycle, trouble getting pregnant, and other problems. If left untreated, it can lead to heart disease and endometrial cancer. At this time PCOS is not curable but with medication, exercise, and healthy eating, the symptoms can be treated. 
PCOS Facts
Not all women who have PCOS are insulin-resistant or diabetic.
PCOS is a leading cause in infertility and menstrual irregularity.
Five to seven million of the female population have PCOS.
Less than twenty-five percent of women with PCOS have been diagnosed.
Between thirty to forty percent of women may experience insulin resistance.
PCOS Health Risks
Infertility
Endometrial cancer
Diabetes
Lipid abnormalities
Obesity
Heart disease (4 to 7 times higher)
Sleep apnea
May develop anxiety and/or depression
Symptoms
Weight gain
Dandruff
Oily skin
Cysts on ovaries
High cholesterol levels
Skin discolorations
Elevated blood pressure
Insulin resistance
Repeated miscarriages
Thinning hair
Infertility
Male-type hair growth
Irregular menstrual cycles
Treatment Options
Healthy eating
Weight control/Weight loss
Medication (Metformin, Spironolactone, Clomid (infertility), & birth control are a few that are commonly prescribed)
Regular exercise
Ovarian wedge resection
Laparoscopic ovarian drilling
Associated Names 
Polycystic ovaries
Polycystic ovary disease
Stein-Leventhal syndrome
Polyfollicular ovarian disease 
I have PCOS and by pulling all this information together through research, it gives the option to spread this to family and friends, along with anyone else who comes across it, informing everyone on a female endocrine disease that isn’t well known yet should be.
Whether you are a male, or female without PCOS, spread awareness because someone in your life may in fact have PCOS yet isn’t aware. If you think about it, 5 to 7 million of the female population (1 in 10) have PCOS, and a large majority are not even aware they have it! Although there is not a cure known, it can still be manageable with the proper lifestyle change, but first one must be diagnosed.
If you know someone who has any symptoms listed above, please do not hesitate to speak to them about PCOS because it’s important they get the treatment that is needed to manage PCOS and keep it from getting severe.
For those with low-income/no insurance, check out HRSA or NeedyMeds to find free/low-cost/sliding-scale clinics around your area.

Bring awareness to one of the most common female endocrine disorders.
Be aware of your body and PCOS.
A very dear friend of mine designed the images in this post, so a very big thank you to K.

ourpcos:

September is PCOS Awareness Month, so this time of year is perfect to bring awareness to PCOS and show support as well. You can bring awareness in many ways; social networking, your local community, PCOS Awareness runs, even PCOS awareness items! (Check out Zazzle’s PCOS Awareness item boutique). Spread this message and bring awareness even if you do not have PCOS, because there may just be someone in your life that does, someone who may not even know they have it! 

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common female endocrine disorders that is affecting women in numbers as high as one out of ten, although many cases remain undiagnosed because symptoms differ from one woman to another. While one woman may experience a range of symptoms, another may have little to none. PCOS is a condition in which the sex hormones in a female’s body are imbalanced, which can cause cysts on the ovaries, weight gain, changes in menstrual cycle, trouble getting pregnant, and other problems. If left untreated, it can lead to heart disease and endometrial cancer. At this time PCOS is not curable but with medication, exercise, and healthy eating, the symptoms can be treated.
 

PCOS Facts

PCOS Health Risks

Symptoms

Treatment Options

Associated Names 

I have PCOS and by pulling all this information together through research, it gives the option to spread this to family and friends, along with anyone else who comes across it, informing everyone on a female endocrine disease that isn’t well known yet should be.

Whether you are a male, or female without PCOS, spread awareness because someone in your life may in fact have PCOS yet isn’t aware. If you think about it, 5 to 7 million of the female population (1 in 10) have PCOS, and a large majority are not even aware they have it! Although there is not a cure known, it can still be manageable with the proper lifestyle change, but first one must be diagnosed.

If you know someone who has any symptoms listed above, please do not hesitate to speak to them about PCOS because it’s important they get the treatment that is needed to manage PCOS and keep it from getting severe.

For those with low-income/no insurance, check out HRSA or NeedyMeds to find free/low-cost/sliding-scale clinics around your area.

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Bring awareness to one of the most common female endocrine disorders.

Be aware of your body and PCOS.


A very dear friend of mine designed the images in this post, so a very big thank you to K.

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flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

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