Between 1973 and 1980 I was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome. I already had a son, born in 1971. He had testicle problems and told he had a 50 % chance of making a baby. I am concentrating on me at the moment because I have acquired some diagnoses with PCOS, acne, hair on my face and neck, depression, obesity, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and 2017 I had breast cancer. I have been a medical records Tech/coder since 1976 and retired January of this year due to my cancer diagnoses. Surgery took place in February. I gave birth to a son in 1990. My sons are 19 years apart by the same man. Him and I were out of contact for 17 years. Therefore, I did not conceive from anyone else and I was not always on birth control. I had a hysterectomy in 1995 or 96, because I had a mass on my ovary that extended to my womb. It was over 5.0 centimeters. After doing some research on my health, I have come to the solution that every thing that has happened to me was suppose to happen because of the PCOS. I still have acne, depression and mood swings. Had gastric bypass in 2005-still obese today. What do you think.