A member asked:

Is pcos diagnosis correct? i'm 23, bmi 20. testosterone and dhea are low, estrogen and cortisol low normal. my sugar is ok, have very low progesterone and osteopenia. i bleed between periods with bad pms. cycles 5-6 weeks. t4 11, tsh 0.7, fsh 8, lh 7?

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Dr. Donald Colantino answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

There is no definitive test for PCOS. Rather, the history and system review, pelvic examination, and pelvic ultrasound are all taken into consideration. Hormone levels are mainly to explain menstrual irregularities. A gynecologist can advise you further.

Answered Jan 12, 2022



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