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I got diagnosed with pcos yesterday after having an agonising 5 months of not knowing what was wrong with me. One of my symptoms that took me to the door was a sudden and urgent need to urinate which was diagnosed as cystitis. None of the medication worked and I became really anxious and paranoid about it. I just wondered if any one experienced this symptom or if it had anything to do with pcos. Please! I'd be grateful for any information! It really gets me down!

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Not that I am awear of. I'm not sure if this is related to pcos...but because pcos has such a wide spread of symptoms, I really wouldn't be surprised if this was somehow linked to pcos. I mean, I've never had this problem before.
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I don't believe that the urgent need to urinate is related at all to PCOS. Some of the EARLY symptoms are:
• Few or no periods.
• Heavy, irregular vaginal bleeding.
• Hair loss from the scalp.
• Excessive hair growth on the face, chest, back, stomach, thumbs, or toes.
• Acne and oily skin.
• Depression and mood swings.

This is a great website and talks all about PCOS:

I have never personally had this symptom.
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