Polycystic ovarian syndrome symptoms can vary widely from woman to woman. Have a read of them below to see if you may show signs of them, but do not despair as there are several ways we can treat these varying PCOS symptoms.
One of the most common polycystic ovarian syndrome symptoms is infrequent, absent or irregular menstrual periods. This is related to the egg growth in the ovary, with infrequent or absent release of the egg from the ovary (called ovulation).
PCOS is also the most common cause of female infertility, because of the infrequent ovulation.
Another common PCOS symptom is Hirsuitism. This is increased growth of hair on areas such as the face, chest stomach due to increased hormones from the ovary called androgens.
You may also have oily skin, or acne due to the increased androgen hormones. Below are a list of common symptoms.