Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic. The place where I spent my spring break and the place that will forever hold a special place in my heart. I spent a week there on a missions trip serving with Intervarsity, a Christian campus ministry, and through Students International, which is a missions organization. I was assigned to a team in the Microfinance site, which was the exact site I hoped to get!
In case you missed the first part of my story and want to catch up, click to read the first and second posts I made. This next part of my journey covers my experience with different doctors and what I learned from the appointments. It also touches on the pathophysiology behind PCOS, or the changes that accompany a disorder or disease. And don’t worry, it’s not too complicated. I’m a business major.
I am going to start this post with a real-time update (writing this on Tuesday) of how I’m feeling, and I’ll be honest – today is rough.