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PCOS, excess hair, irregular menstrual cycle. Cure for symptoms?

i am 20 and have mild pcos
i am extremely stressed and know that this might make it worse
i have facial and excessive body hair as well as irregular menstrual cycle
i really want to know if pcos can be cured forever a this might create fertility problems
i really want to know if these cysts disappear or dissolve by natural or medical teatments
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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thanks for using health care magic.
Stress can affect your menstrual cycle and fertility indirectly to a good extent.
PCOS can be treated. for that you need to consult Your gynecologist for the treatment evaluation.
If you are having extra weight, it needs to be reduced.
For stress, You can do relaxation techniques ike yoga, meditation or breathing exercise. else you need to consult psychiatrist for management.
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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