Can pcos be cured?

Not really. True pcos is not cured by any means, although symptoms sometimes improve (for some) with weight-loss or medication.

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I believe I have PCOS (Polycystic ovarian syndrome) I am going to get tested for it, but my question for you is, can PCOS ever be cured?

Maybe . PCOS is definately treatable, so you need to discuss treatment with your GYN. As far as curing it, weight loss can correct the hormone imbalance for most women. If you are one of the unsusual thin PCOS patients, then weight loss won't help, and treatment is needed. Read more...

If I have pcos, and the endocrino put me on metformin, and as pcos can't be cured. Do I have to take metformin for the rest of mi life?

See below. If you have pcos due to being overweight - the way to cure this which is a metabolic syndrome is with permanent weight loss. Read more...
Not usually. Metformin is useful for women with pcos when trying to conceive, and in early pregnancy. It's safe to take for the whole pregnancy if advised by your dr. If you have or develop type 2 diabetes, or have severe Insulin resistance, then you may need to take metformin or other insulin-sensitizing medications long term or when not trying to conceive. Weight loss and exercise help Insulin sensitivity. Read more...