I've had PCOS probably sense I started puberty. It wasn't till I was 18 that I was diagnosed. My mother, aunts and sister have PCOS. I'm 22 now and recently I've become plagued by extreme fatigue during my period. It's a real struggle to get through the days on my period because my eyes just won't stay open. I have two modes on my period; asleep or hyperactive sex drive. Both are annoying. Any clue what's up?
Seems normal. I just had my period this past weekend...and the second day of it I did nothing. I was so tired and whining the whole time. I felt so sleepy and lazy that I took like 3 naps during the day! Hormones change throughout the month and month to month. If you just have this extreme tiredness on your period, then I don't think there is much to do on it. But if your tired all the time, then I would get checked out.
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