So I went to the doctor the other day for my blood test results. He's a new OBGYN and had an ultrasounds. He saw some questionable cells and said I have Endometrial Hyperplasia. He decided to just stick with the Birth Control pill and hopes that in two months the Hyperplasia will be gone. Refused to put me on Metformin because my blood sugar levels werent too high, and because he doesn't know about that treatment for PCOS. So I had my blood test results faxed to me and noticed that my testosterone levels are TWICE as much as the HIGH end of normal. He didn't mention that, and does the pill make your testosterone levels go down? I'm so confused and annoyed, and feel lost. I just don't know what to do. I'm going to my Primary Care tomorrow regarding some other things and plan to talk to him about it. But Twice the normal? No wonder I have a beard and no emotions! Geesh, I may as well be a man! :(
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