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Constipation, done partical hysterectomy, family history of diabetes, trouble losing weight. PCOS or diabetes?

Dr. Narasi I have always had problems with my bowels ( constipation ) I know its a problem but my regular doctors say no. i use to only move when my cycle came on i stopped having a cycle at 32 partial hysterectomy , diabetes runs in my family i was gestational with both pregnancies and then nothing. i think its pcos or diabetes of course i can t prove it but i do know my body and for me to lose weight i literally have to starve what can be done about this???????
Asked On : Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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Pcos will not cause constipation.
Pcos will cause irregular periods, difficult to conceive, increased hair in face, pimples and change in voice.

Constipation can occur in diabetes but only after many years.

By blood test you can rule out or diagnose PCOS or Diabetes
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