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Hair around nipples. Positive test for PCOS. How to confirm I have PCOS?

hi, i have hairs around nipple n so i go through PCOS test and that i did on 11th day of my menstruation period,that 1 dermatologist prescribe me and i got positive with polycystic disease.but after that i consult MB DGO and she suggest me to repeat the same test on 7th day of next cycle so i want to ask that, there are chances to get negative report.and i m not having PCOS problem, my menstrual cycle also regular andi am not overweight
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

You should undergo one pelvic ultrasound scan and blood test like LH/ FSH, Testosterone, DHEAS etc under the guidance of your gynecologist to rule out PCOS and confirm the diagnosis.

Take LOW carbohydrate diet, control body weight by regular physical exercise and suggested medication by your doctor.

Good luck.
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