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Houston 5k Supports Women With PCOS, Sponsored by Amerejuve MedSpa
Date:8/27/2014

Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) affects an estimated 1 in 10 women and puts them at risk for a number of health disorders and medical conditions. However, it is not widely known or well understood even within the medical community. Many women are suffering from problems such as excess body hair (hirsutism) and excess body fat around the waist area (truncal obesity), but they are not aware that their problems are caused by PCOS.

Awareness is the first step to diagnosing and managing the condition, and the PCOS Foundation (http://www.pcosfoundation.org) and Amerejuve MedSpa (http://www.amerejuve.com) invite Houston to join them at the Amerejuve PCOS Awareness 5k Fun Run and Walk on September 21st at the Houston Downtown Aquarium. Amerejuve and Amerefit offer services such as laser hair removal and personalized weight loss. These services can be useful to PCOS patients and boost their confidence while they undergo medical treatments.

“Lisa Benjamini and team at the PCOS Foundation have done an excellent job to raise awareness about this treatable condition that negatively affects millions of women,” said Vincent Chitolie, Chief Operating Officer of Amerejuve Inc. “The Amerejuve team is pleased to partner with the PCOS Foundation in their cause.”

PCOS manifestations vary significantly from woman to woman, which adds to the difficulty of diagnosis. Multiple cysts or follicles on the ovaries are a primary symptom of the condition, as well as hormonal imbalances and irregular menstrual cycles. Other symptoms are varied and can include excess hair growth, weight gain, infertility, depression, anxiety, skin co
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