I am 31 years old and have been having irregular cycles lasting between 40-45 days. In addition, I have experienced a 15 pound weight gain within the last 8 months without a change in my diet or exercise habits. I recently went in to have some blood work done and was told that my FSH level was less than 0.3 and that my blood work indicates PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome). My OBGYN has suggested that I go see a Reproductive Endocrinologist to be further evaluated, as she feels that it may be related to a pituitary disorder. I'm wondering what could cause low FSH levels, PCOS, etc. I'm trying to eduate myself a little bit before my appointment. I would greatly appreciate any information that can be provided. Thanks!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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