This post has some interesting comments and what seems to me to be more responses to comments from Whitney than we usually see. Some interesting comments:
Someone asks her how she is diagnosed. She said she was 21 and her OBGYN looked at her chart and the fact that she had no periods, facial hair, balding, acne and said he thought she had PCOS so they did a blood test for insulin resistance (which was positive) so she was diagnosed. NO mention of weight. If she’d gained hundreds of lbs (I think it was 100 lbs during that time in her life if I remember correctly) because of this disease wouldn’t that be on the list of reasons to suspect PCOS?
Then there were several comments recommending Metformin. She responded several different ways to this. One response she said she’s tried it off and on for the last 15 years. One response she said it makes her too sick (which implies she isn’t trying it). Another response she said she’s had a prescription for it for 15 years. Of course that doesn’t mean she’s taking it.
I have to wonder if one of the reasons she posted this with that weird face, which I think was supposed to be coy, is that she wants to imply she’s researching more to try to help her fertility. Dear God please don’t let us have a ‘Whitney is trying to get pregnant’ story line. False pregnancy story lines are horrible. Whitney constantly talking about “trying” would be nauseating.