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What are treatment for polycystic ovary syndrome naturally?

Naturally? There is nothing "natural" about polycystic ovary syndrome so any treatment is not natural by definition. Starting on birth control pills would usually be the first step, assuming you are not trying to conceive. Read more...

I think I have polycystic ovary syndrome. How do I get treatment?

See a doctor. With pcos, you would see a gyn, a reproductive endocrinologist (fertility specialist) or a regular medical endocrinologist. If you want to get pregnant, you would see one of the first two. Read more...

Does hairiness caused by polycystic ovary syndrome usually go after taking hormone pills? (or some certain drugs for treatment this syndrome?)

Sometimes. Taking certain hormones can decrease the hair growth while you are on them. When the meds are stopped the hair growth comes back. There are different options of meds and many but not all women respond. Read more...

I have polycystic ovary syndrome/i'm starting tomorrow my treatment (metformin+norgestrel).Any suggestion?

Not usual treatment. If pregnancy is the goal then there are more successful alternatives. If however the goal is to have regular cycles then this may help. Read more...

I recently discovered I ave polycystic ovary syndrome. Any treatment? I started growin facial hair bcos of this; my chin looks like that of a man.

Weight Loss... The best treatment for PCOS is weight loss and exercise. There are also treatments for each symptom. There are medications for facial hair and you can take birth control pills to regulate your periods Metformin is one of the medications commonly prescribed for PCOS. To take this medication, you should be under the care of a doctor. Best wishes! Read more...