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April 6th, 2013, 12:40 PM
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Hi all! I have known for years that I have PCOS through research and self diagnosis-kept getting told to be on BC and blown off by doctors, recently got tests and labs done and, yep, I have high testosterone (87) consistent with PCOS. My tv u/s came back "normal" with no cysts or abnormalities. Glucose and cholesterol are normal. I do have high blood pressure due to being overweight. Been having unprotected BD since 2004 with not even one BFP. Get periods every month but they can come anywhere between 20-40 days and they are very heavy with clots I dont think I am ovulating!
I have heard met will help IR therefore lowering test.... has anyone else been dx with PCOS d/t high test and gotten preg? and did you use and meds or supplements?
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