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... diabetic and I know a lot of Cysters are insulin sensitive, which was another factor in my endocrinologist's diagnosis. The doctor told me that some women with PCOS are fortunate enough to have regular periods despite all the excess testosterone production. I am still waiting for the blood results back. ... (0 replies)
... regular periods but heavy and my doc says i have pcos - is she right? (1 replies)
... I have always had regular periods. I started becoming irregular about 2 years ago. I just flat out would not get my period! ... (3 replies)

... hi. i was just diagnosed with pcos a couple weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... ever was diagnosed with anything. Pain, extremely heavy periods, big clots etc. Most of my issues were resolved when I started low carbing a couple years ago. My periods became lighter and I had much less pain. I attributed it all to low carbing. After visiting with the Dr. ... (4 replies)
Dealing with PCOS!
Oct 17, 2009
... I was diagnosed with pcos when I was fourteen. Thankfully, I had a great doctor, whom I still have to this day, and she knows what pcos is and knows what to do and how to treat it. ... (10 replies)
... I to had regular periods. My testing came up normal, all except for the inner ultrasound. I had one big mass covering an ovary. Next test, about 2 months later, it was gone. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Rachel, I think you need another test for Hemoglobin A1c Also, a test called "C Peptide" would be good to compare to insulin levels. What is your diet like? You can regress the symptoms if they are caused by insulin insensitvity with a "low REFINED carb diet"... and a diabetic med such as glucophage to prevent high blood sugar rises when you eat. (7 replies)
... but, my periods have always been very regular. ... (7 replies)
... I never had regular periods either. ... (3 replies)
... not overweight, regular periods, no excess hair. When I was 20, I started showing some more signs, although my periods were still regular. Then I went off the pill after moving and did not have a period for 8 months before going to the doctor and being diagnosed with PCOS. ... (5 replies)
... For a long time, my previous doctors believed it wasn't PCOS because I've had regular periods, consistent and on time. I've had acne since I've had my periods and been overweight and I believe that's been stress induced. ... (1 replies)
Is this PCOS?
Jul 15, 2013
... I am 33 years old. I always had normal periods then went on birth control pills as a teenager. Continued to have normal periods. Went off the pill to try to conceive. Got pregnant within a few months. ... (1 replies)
Undiagnosed PCOS
Oct 2, 2006
... If PCOS is suspected in your case, which it does sound like you have should really see an endocrinologist or a Reproductive Endocrinologist. ... (5 replies)
... h I didnt. But all my other hormones were in the normal range, just this one was elevated. And perhaps that was enough, with the male pattern hair and spaced out periods for them to say 'ok, this is what it is'. the doctor had tunnel vision im sure. ... (5 replies)
Hirsutism or PCOS?
Jun 14, 2006
... however, I am afraid he will just shrug it off since I am having regular periods. ... (0 replies)
... I've been trying to regulate the periods with herbs from my ND but they don't seem to be helping at all and my acne is getting worse... ... (2 replies)
PCOS and Acne
Jan 27, 2004
... If you read the web, alot of women who have PCOS take spiro. Can I ask you, what kind of tests did you take to know you have it? ... (11 replies)
... I was diagnosed with polycystic ovaries almost a year ago. My symptoms were continual spotting without regular periods. I had an ultrasound done, and the cysts on my ovaries were very visible. ... (1 replies)
... No, not everyone with PCOS is doomed to become Diabetic. Not everyone with PCOS is even doomed to become IR. PCOS and IR often run hand in hand, and if IR is NOT treated properly, it can lead to diabetes. There is a different test to determine if you have IR or not. ... (1 replies)

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