Learning About PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)
- If you're the mother of a daughter, you probably have a few things in common. Maybe she has your smile. Or your chin. Or even you stubborness.
- You may have PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). You may not. If you do, there's a larger possibility that she has or will develop it as she grows older.
- If you have a daughter that is showing symptoms or has been diagnosed with PCOS, learn more about it with experts from RMACT. They are specialists who are committed to knowing all the basic facts as well as the newest and most up-to-date research, data and treatment possibilities.
- Please read below for the information you will need to sign up for this free event open to the public. ~ Lisa Rosenthal
My Daughter has PCOS
A discussion to help parents understand PCOS and how best to manage it while supporting their daughter.
For: Parents or support persons of young adolescents/women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Where: RMA of CT, 10 Glover Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851
When: Wednesday, November 20, 2013, from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Please RSVP by Tuesday 11/18 to: email@example.com
A light dinner will be provided. RSVP necessary for attendance and food order. Call 203-750-7400 with questions.
What Is PCOS? Expert Panel Answers Many Questions
Topics our panel will address:
• What is PCOS?
• What are the specific concerns of PCOS in the teens / 20′s population?
• Why is management of PCOS important for long term physical and mental health?
• What is the latest research available related to diagnosing and managing PCOS?
• How can you best support your daughter—emotionally, medically, and socially?
Our panel will include our RMA of CT Staff:
Joshua Hurwitz, MD – Reproductive Endocrinologist
Melissa Kelleher, LCSW – Mental Health Specialist
Diana D’Amelio, RPA-C – Physician Assistant
Eloise Downs, BSN, RN – PCOS Nurse
Carolyn Gundell, MS – Nutritionist
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