PCOS affects approximately 1 in 10 women, yet it often takes an average of 2 years and 3 or more medical provider visits to receive a diagnosis

Symptoms of PCOS

Missed, irregular, or very light periods

Weight gain, particularly around the abdomen

Enlarged ovaries with multiple cysts

Acne or oily skin

Excess body hair, such as on the chin, chest, stomach, and back (hirsutism)

Male-pattern baldness or hair thinning

Skin darkening




PCOS is a common factor behind infertility in women, but it's crucial to know that having PCOS doesn't eliminate your chances of pregnancy. In many cases, PCOS can be effectively managed through a combination of hormonal and lifestyle adjustments.

Our clinic offers various treatment options, including:

Weight Loss: We can support you in achieving a weight loss of 5% to 15% or more of your body weight. This can alleviate symptoms, regularize your menstrual cycles, and help manage blood sugar levels and ovulation.

Lifestyle Changes: A customized treatment plan involving lifestyle adjustments, including targeted physical activity, can significantly improve your condition.

Hormonal Replacement Therapy: Hormonal therapy or birth control methods can be employed to restore regular periods.

Management of Unwanted Hair Growth: If birth control fails to control unwanted hair growth after six months, we may prescribe Spironolactone. This medication lowers androgen levels but should be avoided during pregnancy due to potential congenital disabilities.

Fertility Medications: We also offer fertility medications like Clomiphene and letrozole (Femara) to stimulate ovulation, hormone injections (gonadotropins), and Metformin to aid in fertility.

Our goal is to provide comprehensive care to help manage PCOS and address associated fertility concerns, tailoring treatment to your specific needs.