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Polycystic Overies, I'm 17 and might have that. I'm scared, I want kids in the future. Will that take it away? How is this treated? Will it ever go?

Polycystic Overies, I'm 17 and might have that. I'm scared, I want kids in the future. Will that take it away? How is this treated? Will it ever go?

Exercise/plant based: PCOS is a hormonal problem from androgen excess in the body of a female. This leads to hirsutism (male pattern facial hair), weight gain, acne and irregular periods. Like many diseases prevention is power. Regular exercise and a plant based diet with plenty of water is very important to help decrease negative effects of PCOS. 5 fruits and veggies per day, 1 hour of exercise and see your PMD. ...Read more

Ovary (Definition)

The usually paired female or hermaphroditic reproductive organ that produces ova and, in vertebrates, ...Read more


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What is the bilateral polycystic overies?Its are any problem to the pregnency?

What is the bilateral polycystic overies?Its are any problem to the pregnency?

Are you pregnant?: In pregnancy, the ovaries can appear very "cystic" and this can be concerning. If this is the case, perhaps a followup ultrasound and reassurance is the best medicine! ...Read more

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I ve polycystic overies, how can I tell if my periods are normal or heavy coz I don't know what is the average healthy amount is[ve low iron reserves?

I ve polycystic overies, how can I tell if my periods are normal or heavy coz I don't know what is the average  healthy amount is[ve low iron reserves?

PCOS: Menstrual flow varies quite a bit from woman to woman, so it is hard to say what normal should be. I would suggest seeing your doctor, and having them check your blood count. That will determine whether your bone marrow is able to replace the blood you lose with each cycle, and also indicate if you are low on iron or not. Even with PCOS, it is unusual for intermittent menses to cause significant anemia. ...Read more

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17 years old having polycystic overies. i had small cystes and was given Diane 35. have been taking it for 4 months now as i'm very young is it good?

PCOS Treatment: Diane 35, a birth control pill, has a number of adverse effects. If you are not sexually active, you probably don't need a BCP. Treatment of choice for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is Metformin, 500 mg three times daily. You can also use (or add) the herb Berberine, in the same dosage. OTC Natural Progesterone Cream (20-40 mg/day) days 10-24 of your cycle will also help (instead of BCPs) ...Read more

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My period don't come every months & I have polysistic ovary & i don't no what to do can you help me please ?

My period don't come every months & I have polysistic    ovary & i don't no what to do can you help me please
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PCOS: I suggest having an in-depth discussion w/ your pcp or ob/gyn about your treatment goals. If you're trying to conceive, there are medications like Clomiphene that can induce ovulation. If you're trying to decrease unwanted hair and acne, then estrogen-progestin contraceptives can help. However, the first treatment doctors usually recommend for pcos is exercise and weight loss. ...Read more

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I don't hav symptoms like excess hair, overwt, acne, high sugar, iregular periods.But my radiologyst told me I have overies with polycystic pattern.How ?

I don't hav symptoms like excess hair, overwt, acne, high sugar, iregular periods.But my radiologyst told me I have overies with polycystic pattern.How ?

It's common: Nobody really understands this, or how the morphology of the ovaries correlates with the hugely variable clinical picture of "polycystic ovaries". And women with classic pcos symptoms may not have the classic ovaries. A piece of the puzzle is missing. Glad you're well, and best wishes. ...Read more

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What exactly is polycystic ovary disease?

What exactly is polycystic ovary disease?

See below: Pcos, polycystic ovariaqn syndrome is the most common endocrine disorder, about 6-8% of reproductive age women have this condition. Women with pcos have following symptoms or signs: irregular menstrual cycle due to ovulation dysfunction, elevated male hormones, and many follicular cysts in the ovaries. Patients have increased risk of diabetes, infertility and endometrial cancer if not treated. ...Read more

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My sister has been diagnosed with polycystic ovary; could I have it as well?

My sister has been diagnosed with polycystic ovary; could I have it as well?

Maybe: See your gyn md if you are skipping periods, have weight gain, or growing hair in places that a woman does not usually.(facial or abdominal). ...Read more