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... had a different approach. ... (1 replies)
... nosed when I was 21 yrs old. I have had problems prior, that required me to go to the hospital. I was always told that I had folical cysts. They would give me a shot to cause the cyst to burst and send me home. No one ever said anything about PCOS. ... (4 replies)
... Only way to find out for sure is to see an endo and have more blood work done. I am 56 now and was JUST dx'd with PCOS due to my history that was taken at my first endo appt. I kept thinking it was thyroid until the test results came in. ... (2 replies)

... After reading your posted it really made me mad at the doctor. Without any hesitation I would have to find me a new doctor. I have many health issues.. beginning very early ...PCOS, Endometriosis just to name a few. ... (4 replies)
... My doc told me after removing the borderline cancerous cyst, to just have regular paps every year. I am now seeing a different gyn as the surgeon last yr was an oncologist. I have had a hpv and a ca125 test done. They both came back normal. ... (9 replies)
... of blood tests done and my testosterone was normal. So my doc is sending me to an endocrenologist for the Hashimotos Thyroiditis and My high levels of Dheas. So after this i will let you know. I did find out last week, I have another ovarian cyst on my right side, i only have one ovary left. ... (9 replies)
... You should know that pap smears will not uncover a problem with the ovaries. Paps are only for cervical cancer and I have recently found out that there is a glandular type of cervical cancer that the pap cannot test for. ... (9 replies)
I have a Question,
Nov 17, 2005
... I have a HYSTERECTOMY SURGERY in Sept. 2003. I kept my Ovaries. My GYN told me my ovearies are good so he is going to keep them. so i did. I am on HRT. ... (2 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)
... I was diagnosed when i was 18 my gynie at the time told me i should have a full hysterectomy as they were battling to control my bleeding. ... (5 replies)
... Yeah. I've had it since my early 20s, but there was a huge chance of my getting that anyway. It runs rampant in my family...both sides. ... (4 replies)
... I had surgery again almost exactly a year after on the same ovary. I was put on BCP's to control it and have had many ultrasounds since then but the docs say the cysts I have are 'normal'. ... (11 replies)
... So sorry about the confusion. Yes when I was 11 I had an ovarian cyst removed along with the left tube. At this point I had both ovaries. Last year I had a basketball sized cyst which contained borderline cancer cells. They removed the cyst, my other tube, and my left ovary. ... (9 replies)
... test again in three months because it was slightly elevated. I was advised to check in with my pcp about it and he did a A1C and it came back slightly elevated, but he didn't want to start me on Metformin or follow a diabetic diet quite yet. ... (0 replies)
Nov 16, 2007
... I am 34, who has had pcos for a very, very long time, was not properly diagnosed until 2003 after my now ex husband and I found that sex was getting very uncomfortable, and my libido shrank to almost nothing. ... (1 replies)
... Please explain the point of a vaginal ultrasound if I don't have anything to look at? ... (17 replies)

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