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After months of going back and fourth to the doctors with very irregular periods and pain I have recently been diagnosed with polycystic ovaries. I was diagnosed through bloods as my testosterone levels were high. When I asked about scans I was told this is unnecessary and was told I need to lose approx a stone. I know losing weight will help my symptons as I am slightly overweight. however my GP told me this will reverse the condition, is this true? I am worried as will want to try for kids in the near future. Any information or guidance about this condition would be helpful as I am slightly clueless. THANKS IN ADVANCE!
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