I recently went to a Endocrine/ infertility clinic and I have just received a copy of a letter written to my GP stating I had a F-G score of 17.. I have no idea what this is or what it means.. I am due back to the clinic in a weeks time for a pelvic ultrasound scan as they think I have pcos . . My original blood test showed high testosterone levels hence why I was referred to this clinic.. Can someone please tell me what this score means.
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this indicates you are suffering from PCOD & its level ,more the score more the PCOD
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