My daughter 15 yr old daughter have missed period and facial hair, does that mean she have PCOS? She is not obese.

Possible. Should have an exam and some labs to determine her hormone and metabolic status, might need an ultrasound of her ovaries.

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Does missed period and facial hair really mean PCOS?

Maybe. Not always. Discuss with DR. Need more details to get opinion.

I'm 37 320lbs 5'4 pelvic ultrasound=normal. Period only if take progest, Facial hair, fasting insulin46 ALT 76 labs Still have pcos with normal USound?

Yes. Many women with PCOS don't have visible ultrasound signs. You need to check testosterone levels, if high can cause facial hair and block ovulation causing menstrual disturbances. There is a link between PCOS, obesity and insulin resistant, your high fasting insulin indicates that. Monitor blood sugar very closely. There are several other blood test that can help confirm the diagnosis.

Do I have pcos or endometriosis? I experience acne, facial hair, blood clotting, migraines, spotting and before I was on bc my periods were irregular.

Possible / Likely. Pcos is certainly possible - endometriosis is maybe less likely to be related to the symptoms you list. You should see your doctor for evaluation for pcos and possible treatment.

Missed period. Have PCOS. Thinks it's coming but Noticed more peeing around expected date. Full books all month. Could this be new pms symptom?

Menstrual calendar. Irregular periods are typical of PCOS. Birth control pills are often used to regulate the cycles. Increased urination is not a typical PMS symptom. If you feel you might have PMS then track your symptoms on a calendar for a few cycles and then bring the calendar to an obgyn for evaluation.

I have pcos I am taking oral contraceptives how long I can take them as when I stop them I get acne and hirsuitism and missed periods?

Spironolactone. You may want to discuss the types of ocps and their relative adrogenic properties. Many with pcos use spironolactone for its anti-androgen properties in combatting the acne associated with pcos.
Talk with MD. You are young and unless you want to become pregnant you should have no problem taking them til your mid forties. Your endocrinologist is the one you need to address this question to.