PCOS Challenge: The National
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Association
We are asking all of our U.S. members affected by PCOS to participate in two very important PCOS Challenge research study surveys:
Your participation has a direct impact on our advocacy efforts and ability to improve quality of care and access to care for PCOS patients.
It will take approximately 20 minutes to complete both surveys.
Easy Two-Step Process
- Register for the Luna platform to be eligible to participate in these and future PCOS Challenge studies.
- Click the buttons below to learn more and take each survey.
Welcome to the PCOS Challenge Support Network!
Join Over 55,000 Women in the Fight Against PCOS
Serving over 55,000 members, PCOS Challenge: The National Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Association is the leading nonprofit support and advocacy organization advancing the cause for people impacted by polycystic ovary syndrome globally. PCOS Challenge touches the lives of tens of thousands of women with PCOS and their supporters each year through television and radio programming, a magazine publication, support groups, and education, awareness, and legislative advocacy initiatives. Since our programs began in 2009, PCOS Challenge has helped many women overcome their struggles with infertility, weight gain, anxiety and depression and reduce their risk for numerous life-threatening related conditions. PCOS Challenge provides a host of support, awareness, education and advocacy opportunities for the PCOS community. Learn More...
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About Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects up to 15 percent of women in the U.S. and over 21 percent in some parts of the world. Despite affecting hundreds of millions of women globally, most people are uninformed about the syndrome. PCOS is a serious genetic, hormone, metabolic and reproductive disorder that can lead to lifelong complications, psychosocial disorders, obesity, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, infertility, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, endometrial cancer, maternal/fetal health complications and other conditions. PCOS is a leading cause of female infertility and the most common endocrine (hormone) disorder in women. There is currently no cure for PCOS, so it is important that patients and healthcare providers learn effective ways of managing PCOS and its many symptoms and associated health risks.