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Polycystic ovarian syndrome
is associated with infertility, irregular periods
, polycystic ovaries
, insulin resistance
, high levels of testosterone.
It is normally treated with metformin/glucophage and weight loss for most persons. If the person does not wish to conceive then an oral contraceptive
pill which can normalise the period is used, if the woman wishes to conceive then additional medication to assist ovulation (release of a normal ovum or egg) can be used.
You should continue with the glucophage and if possible consider losing any excess weight, a loss of 7 to 10 % will help.
If this by itself is not successful in helping you concieve, additional therapies would be used
I hope this helps