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Posted by: ralfie | 2007/08/24

polycystic orariansindrom

what is polycystic orariansindrom

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Dear Ralfie

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Polycistic Ovarian Syndrome: Polycistic ovaries are a presence of 8 follicles or more per ovary. Each is smaller than 10mm in diameter. It usually presents with no menstrual cycle for more than three months or an ovulation/total suppression of ovulation. This is usually caused by elevated androgens in the blood (testostorone).

Polycistic Ovarian Syndrome usually causes infertility. The exact cause/etiology is unknown. For treatment I recommend that you consult your Gynaecologist.

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Dr Anrich Burger

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