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I have PCOS but my breast have been sore and having cramps but no period...why is that?

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In brief: Hormonal imbalance

The problem with PCOS is that the estrogen to progesterone is out of synchrony ,thus ,the symptoms of estrogen dominance.

In brief: Hormonal imbalance

The problem with PCOS is that the estrogen to progesterone is out of synchrony ,thus ,the symptoms of estrogen dominance.
Dr. Claudette Anderson
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Dr. Mary David
It is also possible that you could be pregnant. PCOS makes it harder but not impossible to get pregnant
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