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How is PCOS diagnosed?

Verified by Dr. Staci Tanouye, MD FACOG, OB/GYN
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PCOS is a tricky disorder and quite hard to definitively diagnose, so there isn't a one size fit all path to diagnosis. Ususally, you doctor will start with a conversation about your symptoms, then run a blood test or pelvic exam. In some cases your doctor may also run an ultrasound to check out the appearence of your ovaries and the surrounding tissue to be 100% sure. If you think you may have PCOS and are having trouble getting diagnosed, we know advocating for yourself and navigating the medical system can be hard. To be extra ready for your first appointment we reccomend preparing a detailed list of your symptoms and the length of time you have had them, all the medications and supplements you take, a record of your menstrual cycle, and a list of all your questions. Team August is cheering you on, you got this!

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