Polycystic ovarian syndrome

“Polycystic ovarian syndrome” (PCOS) is a common diagnosis given to a young woman with acne or irregular periods – but as this article shows, is that diagnosis correct?

The criteria for diagnosis of PCOS are not the same across the world and in these days of better ultrasound techniques, cystic ovaries may occur in up to 80% of healthy young women who don’t have PCOS!  We can help you clarify whether you really have PCOS or not.  Remember, if treated early, acne, excess hair, risk for diabetes and fertility can all be improved.

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