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I have polycystic ovarian syndrome and excessive hair growth and im unable to loose weight does that mean ill never have children?

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Dr. Michael Traub
Fertility Medicine
7 doctors agree

In brief: Not at all

No! 10% of all women have pcos worldwide and that should not in any way prevent you from having children.
Depending on your ovulation, it might alter how you go about it. And you may require fertility treatment. But generally that is very easy to do.

In brief: Not at all

No! 10% of all women have pcos worldwide and that should not in any way prevent you from having children.
Depending on your ovulation, it might alter how you go about it. And you may require fertility treatment. But generally that is very easy to do.
Dr. Michael Traub
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Dr. Christopher Powers
Obstetrics & Gynecology
6 doctors agree

In brief: No

The are a number of good, effective ways to assist women with pcos to achieve pregnancy.
Whether you are trying to get pregnant or not, however, you should find yourself a good obgyn. Women with pcos often have borderline diabetes (because of Insulin insensitivity), hyercholesterolemia, and amenorrhea (lack of a period). The latter can increase your risk of endometrial cancer.

In brief: No

The are a number of good, effective ways to assist women with pcos to achieve pregnancy.
Whether you are trying to get pregnant or not, however, you should find yourself a good obgyn. Women with pcos often have borderline diabetes (because of Insulin insensitivity), hyercholesterolemia, and amenorrhea (lack of a period). The latter can increase your risk of endometrial cancer.
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