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Does anyone have polycystic ovary disease after menopause?
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Dr. Seema Patel
Holistic Medicine
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In brief: No
Pcos is a hormonal imbalance when you are menstruating.
The long term consequences after menopause are thickened uterine lining that can increase her risk of uterine cancer that needs to be followed, the weight gain, the Insulin resistance that can lead to diabetes, the cholesterol and high inflammation levels that can lead to heart disease.

In brief: No
Pcos is a hormonal imbalance when you are menstruating.
The long term consequences after menopause are thickened uterine lining that can increase her risk of uterine cancer that needs to be followed, the weight gain, the Insulin resistance that can lead to diabetes, the cholesterol and high inflammation levels that can lead to heart disease.
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