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Woman’s PCOS Battle Began in Teenage Years, Ends With Daughter on the Way 

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For most women, it’s among the most memorable experiences of their life. However, for approximately 10% of women who live with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), giving birth often represents the end of an emotional and physical roller coaster marked by anxiety, uncertainty and dashed hopes. 

It’s a syndrome with which Megan McCrory is all too familiar, and one she hopes will receive more attention April 18-24 during National Infertility Awareness Week. The National Infertility Association created National Infertility Awareness Week to empower women to change the conversation and misconceptions about infertility. 

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