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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Also called: PCO, PCOS, PCOD, Stein-leventhal Syndrome, Stein-leventhal, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Polycystic Ovary Disease

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I don't have an answer but I wanted to say congratulations! That is awesome! I am 18 and being tested for PCOS myself. Best of luck to you!
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Hi This is a UK link that you may find very helpful, there is a whole host of comments, not to sure if they will be of help.But it seems your in a...
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Hi At 3 weeks you should be OK, but this would depend on you, have you be out walking, as this is a great way to get yourself back to normal, a long...
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As a layperson but with experience I highly recommend avoiding hormones as they can lead to cancer and estrogen based cancer has occurred in people I...
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I have PCOS and when I would ovulate (I'm on Depo Provera to stop that process until I'm ready to conceive), I would feel a sharp pain on my...
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I would probably say you have a minor case of milaria. 
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Specialist has the treatment with drugs for short duration
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It is possible, just go to the doctor to take a test there and to see if there might be something elso going on.
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STRAIN OR HERNIATED DISC!! I WOULD DEFINITELY GET AN MRI OR SCAN SOON!!!
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It could be the color of your urine? or small amounts of blood from a urinary tract infection, or if you are passing hard stool, your bum could be...
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Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a very complicated disorder in that it can cause many different problems.  One of the things that we worry...
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If you have PCOS and you're overweight, losing weight is one way to improve your chances of pregnancy. Your doctor also might prescribe medication to...
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A common ovulation problem that affects about 5% to 10% of women in their reproductive years is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is a hormonal...
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First, you really need to sit down with your physician and his/her team and talk about how to manage your polycystic ovarian syndrome. Some baseline...
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Treatment of PCOS depends partially on the woman's stage of life. For younger women who desire birth control, the birth control pill...
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