Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) can have many variable and subtle symptoms. Unfortunately, some doctors may overlook the diagnosis in young women who are not trying to get pregnant, particularly if the young woman is simply interested in regulating her periods with medications, such as Provera or birth control pills.
While PCOS has several potential implications for fertility and is the most common form of female-related infertility caused by the absence of ovulation, the condition may also lead to numerous serious general health problems. PCOS Awareness is an important first step. My practice is now offering a screening program called PCOS Awareness.Read more