Our expert says:
Dear Insulin Resistance
I understand that you must be feeling desperate, but please don't despair. First write those exams and see that you get good marks. Then please talk to your lecturers about your IR and PCOS. Dr Hattie Wright, who is at your faculty is an experts on sport and glucose metabolism and she should be able to advise which specialists you need to see. For this combination of IR and PCOS you may also require female hormone treatment and it is imperative that you use a low-fat, low-GI diet. Your faculty must have examples of such diets available. I trust that you are also take Eltroxin for your hypothyroidism. Your condition is caused by multiple endocrine imbalances which each need to be addressed to improve the situation. The fact that you are running 6 km per day is helping to keep your weight constant, but you need the hormonal treatments to sort out the actual imbalances. I have a personal theory that this type of condition is caused by so-called 'Endocrine disruptors" (chemicals found in water which then get into our food chain), which is why I reckon you need additional hormonal treatment to normalise your endocrine functions.
Hang in there, but do go to your lecturers for assistance, they are after all experts in this field.
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