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... Has anyone else managed to conceive while having PCOS or high testosterone levels, or lost weight and have everything return to normal? ... (4 replies)
... scans an blood tests and the bloods came back normal but the scans said I DID HAVE PCOS but there was nothing abnormal other than that the rest of me was healthy in that department. ... (27 replies)
... According to my test results, my testosterone levels are normal as are my cortisol levels. ... (2 replies)

... I usually answer in the infertility and thyroid disease boards, which you should consider checking out because they may both be helpful to you. ... (27 replies)
... to prevent high blood sugar rises when you eat. ... (7 replies)
... At that time they found my testosterone level to be just slightly higher than normal but not by a lot. ... (9 replies)
... Doing some hormonal testing through an endocrinologist might also be very helpful. Hormones change a lot so you would need to have more than just one test in order to see what is going on. ... (6 replies)
... Although Met is used in diabetic patients, it is used for women with PCOS because it it helps lower the insulin, testosterone and glucose levels. ... (3 replies)
... I would recommend looking into a drug called "Spironolactone". This drug binds to the free testosterone in your bloodstream, lowering your circulating testosterone levels. High testosterone can reek havoc on your female system in many ways, such as unwanted hair growth, increased libido, aggressiveness, etc. ... (9 replies)
... of all women. It is the leading cause of infertility in women. ... (5 replies)
... I did get blood work and it came back that my testosterone levels were raised... You know the number 3.4 comes to mind... ... (5 replies)
PCOS question.....
Mar 24, 2011
... I am 38 and was diagnosed with PCOS last fall. I have high blood pressure and migraines so I cannot take birth control pills. ... (1 replies)
... They can give you pills to induce a period at least every 3 months if it is something you are concerned about.Some women don't care though and decide to take the risk. ... (4 replies)
... which are generally too high in pcos sufferers. It is the androgens that cause many of the cosmetic symptoms such as unwanted hair growth, acne and even hair loss for some. ... (3 replies)
Teen with pcos
Oct 1, 2006
... an Endocrinologist or even a Reproductive Endocrinologist. I know that she probably isn't planning on having children now, but since infertility often runs hand in hand with PCOS, seeing an RE wouldn't be a bad idea if she does plan on having children someday. ... (4 replies)

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