A woman’s university weight gain turned out to be due to polycystic ovary syndrome which devastatingly caused her a miscarriage. Shannon Wedley started to watch weight creep on during her first year studying fine art at the University of Gloucestershire, gaining 4st (25kg). The 22-year-old, of Cheltenham, also lost her period – prompting her to visit the GP who diagnosed her with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The hormonal disorder, which affects one in ten women, can cause weight gain. She had put on an extra 2st (13kg) by the time she finished her degree. A miscarriage with her fiancé, Tom, 22, was the push Miss Wedley needed to lose weight. PCOS and obesity are both thought to raise the risk of a miscarriage. Miss Wedley has now shed four stone since January, going from 20st 10lbs (131.5kg) to 16st 3lbs (7.4kg) and dropping from a size 26 to a size 16. Since January, Shannon Wedley, 22, has lost more than four stone, going from 20st 10lbs (131.5kg) to 16st 3lbs (7.4kg) and a size 26 to a size 16 Miss Wedley, a mail-order operator from Cheltenham, started to watch weight creep on during her first year studying fine art at the University… Read full this story
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