Hi girls! I have a question for all of you, but first let me tell you my story. When I was told that I had PCOS, I had not had an ultrasound done. I went in because I hadn't had a period in several months and we were trying to get preggers. The doc, who is just an OB-GYN, did a normal exam. That's it...Nothing more. After that he took me into his office and told me that I had Oglimenorhea (sp?) and PCOS. He put me on Met, Provera, and Clomid. My question is: When you were diagnosed, how did they come to that conclusion? Could it be something else? Should I get a second opinion? I'm feeling a little lost. I didn't really have any symptoms BEFORE starting the meds, but now have several. Any info would be great. I know you all are a wealth of information and wanted to get your opinions first. Thanks!
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