I was wondering if anyone else experiences skin breakouts around ovulation? I haven't noticed it as bad before but this cycle is horrendous and I have breakouts on my chin and inbetween my eyebrows? It's really frustrating but if it means my hormones are working then I guess I don't care! I know it can also be a symptom of PCOS which also concerns me, but I am hoping it's just normal due to ovulation!!
I break out mid-cycle every cycle and a week before AF usually. It's very common for women who don't have PCOS too, so don't let it freak you out! It usually gets a little worse for me when the weather starts to change and my skin adjusts to the drier air. (It's absolutely horrendous right now from the end of pregnancy hormones!)
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