i was told in 2006 that i had pcos my periods went from 6 days to 3 weeks in 2011 my monthly went from 6weeks to lasting 2 weeks tell up to couple weeks ago im now back to 6 days after my monthly ended i been sick everything i eat i throw up my tummy is upset and i am sexually active all these years but i was told with pcos i dont ovulate can somebody tell me if this is normal for pcos or could i been told wrong that i have pcos
Mild cases of PCOS will ovulate and can have a normal conception. It is in severe cases that there is an-ovulation. Hence if periods have been missed then you should take a home pregnancy test and see. The sickness can also be due to gastritis and hyperacidity. Consult your Doctor.
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