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... My lab results showed i had a high testosterone level - 80ng/dl (the normal range was quoted as 14-76) and all other test results were normal. For this reason i was given birth control(Femcon FE) to see if my pcos symptoms would go away (mild hirsutism and irregular periods).I read that this is the most common line of treatment that is advised everywhere for the treatment... (1 replies)
... what treatment options are available for women with high testosterone levels? ... (1 replies)
... Has anyone else managed to conceive while having PCOS or high testosterone levels, or lost weight and have everything return to normal? ... (4 replies)

... rage, and high testosterone levels. ... (2 replies)
... or infact any signs of anything abnormal. As well as worrying therefore whats causing my gynecological problems Im now worried whats causing the high testosterone levels, all google suggests is PCOS or adrenal cancer!!! ... (0 replies)
... g. i went to the doctors and he diddnt ask me he just looked and said do u want some "pick me ups" i said people are starting to see that im getting low with everything. i dont no anyone else who is having any problems they just have to look at there boyfriend etc and there pregnant. ... (27 replies)
... According to my test results, my testosterone levels are normal as are my cortisol levels. ... (2 replies)
... The first thing you should do, if you don't mind, if post the blood work you've had done, with results and ranges. ... (27 replies)
... to prevent high blood sugar rises when you eat. ... (7 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 too have been hirsute since puberty and shortly after my first period my parents took me to see an endocrinologist to see if there was any problems with my hormones. ... (9 replies)
... I do not believe that 7 months is enough time for the pill to have any effect on your testosterone. I believe that the binding effect occurs only with long term use of the pill. The only way to know this is to test your testosterone levels .. ... (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)
... where do i get hair, do i have issues with weight, periods, acne, oily skin, hair loss, etc etc . ... (24 replies)
... what an encredible story, that after all of that you were blessed with a healthy daughter! Congrats!! ... (5 replies)
Teen with pcos
Oct 1, 2006
... rinologist 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)
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)

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