Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Diagnosis


How would you know if you have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome?

You may be experiencing some or several of the concurrent symptoms and complications related to PCOS. It is important for you to consult a medical professional in order to obtain a formal diagnosis so that you can be treated to manage the syndrome.

There is no single specific test for PCOS. Your doctor will discuss your medical history and conduct a physical examination. If PCOS is suspected, your doctor might conduct a pelvic exam, refer you for blood tests or perform an ultrasound.

Most medical professionals use the Rotterdam Criteria for the diagnosis of PCOS

What is the Rotterdam Criteria for diagnosis of PCOS?

In order to diagnose PCOS, 2 out of these 3 symptoms must be present

Chronic anovulation disorder

This is when you have irregular or no periods (amenorrhoea) or irregular or no ovulation (anovulation).


In order to determine if you have an elevated level of male hormones in your body, you may have a blood test taken or be examined for signs of hyperandrogenism.

Polycystic Ovaries

An ultrasound will need to be performed in order to determine if your ovaries have cysts on them.

If you suspect that you may have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome...

...it will be a good idea to consult a medical doctor and get tested. Getting formally diagnosed and using a supplement to help manage the hormonal imbalance of PCOS may significantly improve your quality of life.


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