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Symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Thursday, 13 January 2011 18:15
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  • *Amenorrhea (cessation of period) or infrequent periods.
  • *Irregular bleeding Infrequent or no ovulation.
  • *Cysts on ovaries.
  • *Increased levels of male hormone, like testosterone.
  • *Infertility.
  • *Chronic pelvic pain for six months or more.
  • *Increase in weight or obesity.
  • *Diabetes; over production and inefficient use of insulin by the body.
  • *Lipid abnormalities (high or low cholesterol, high triglycerides).
  • *High blood pressure Excess facial and body hair growth.
  • *Male-pattern baldness or thinning hair.
  • *Acne, oily skin, or dandruff.
  • *Dark-colored patches of thick skin on neck, groin, underarms or skin folds.
  • *Skin tags in the armpits or neck. 
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