PCOS doesn’t have to interfere with having a family.

If you are diagnosed with PCOS, treatment options depend on your goals. Many patients are primarily concerned with fertility. Some just want to reduce acne, hair growth, and other symptoms. No matter what end goal you have in mind, your PCOS does need to be treated because it comes with long-term health risks.

Women with PCOS are at a higher risk for diabetes, sleep apnea, infertility, and cardiovascular problems.

PCOS symptoms can be managed and you can still have a baby.