OH no...

Women with this syndrome have, over the course of their life, an increased risk of coronary disease, diabetes and endometrial cancer.

Patients were once dismissed as"fat" women with no self control.

The typical obesity of this condition is described as "centripetal," related to fat distribution in the center of the body, as opposed to the thighs and hips.

Almost always, individuals with this condition gain weight very easily and lose it only with great effort.
To think that I have all these!


Osbert said…
wah... crazy la.. can be healed?
lynnx01 said…
treatable but not curable
Osbert said…
ah, so its like a disease la? there are ways to deal with it but none to eliminate it la? well, tats better than nothing.

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