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What is PCOS Buddy?
PCOS Buddy is a multi-award-winning app and was called ‘revolutionary’ by the Scottish Institute of Enterprise (SIE).
PCOS Buddy provides a holistic management tool for women and gender diverse people affected by Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Users can track symptoms, medication, and more to help improve their daily experience, and safeguard their future health.
Take Part in Our Clinical Trial
After using the app for three years, our first user, Carrie was told by her GP that she had ‘symptom recovered’ from PCOS. Now it’s time for us to find out if the app will work for everyone, and that’s where you come in.
We want to make sure that PCOS Buddy is as effective for all women and gender diverse people suffering from PCOS as it was for Carrie, so we are running a trial involving up to 500 people who have the condition. We’ll be presenting our results at a medical conference later this year and writing up the results from the trial in a medical journal.
If you have a PCOS diagnosis and would like to see if PCOS Buddy could help you, fill in the form below and we will be in touch. PCOSBuddy@outlook.com
PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) is a hormonal disorder which affects millions of people globally but is extremely underfunded and under-supported in the medical community. Some of the more debilitating symptoms of the condition include:
- Low energy levels
- Hirsutism (male pattern hair growth)
- Irregular or a lack of ovulation
- Weight gain
- Hair loss
Get PCOS Buddy
If you want access to the app but you do not want to take part in the trial, or perhaps you know someone with PCOS and would like more information on their behalf, please sign up below and we’ll be in touch as soon as the app is available for the public.
It all began with Carrie. Carrie became unwell, and suffered for seven years before she was finally received a diagnosis and the support she needed that changed her life. Carrie’s symptoms took her from being an outgoing individual who embraced life, to someone who was extremely withdrawn. Eventually, Carrie was sectioned for eight weeks due to the severity of her symptoms.
What is most shocking about her story, is that Carrie did not have a rare or unusual disease, she was suffering from PCOS a condition that research suggests affects around 1 in 10 women globally. Unfortunately, Carrie’s story of seven years to diagnosis is not unique.
After she got released from hospital, Carrie turned to her friend Anji, our founder, who developed PCOS Buddy to try and help sufferers like Carrie on her journey to recovery.
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