Polycystic ovaries Syndrome (PCOS) can affect people in different ways and in varying degrees. It is a condition where the normal function of the ovaries has changed. There are three key symptoms of the condition: your ovaries have many tiny cysts, your hormones are out of balance, and you don’t ovulate every month.
At The Surrey Park Clinic we can diagnose PCOS if you exhibit the main symptoms. There is no way of reversing the formation of these cysts, but if you’re diagnosed with PCOS it is important that you get treatment to control your symptoms, particularly if the symptoms are severe and cause a lot of worry or if infertility becomes an issue.
The symptoms of PCOS are below:
PCOS can be made worse by any of the following:
At the Surrey Park Clinic, we are specialists in the diagnosis and treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and offer personalised care in our accessible clinic at a time to suit you. You will be seen by one of our specialist clinicians for a consultation and they may complete the following tests:
Following on from the tests your clinician will give you a personal treatment plan.