i was diagonsed of having polycystic ovaries back for 4 years ago. latley ive been in constant pain especially on my left side. some days my stomach is flat and then other days i look about 6 months pregnant. my periods are never on time and sometimes i get more than 1 a month other times i dont get 1 for about 2 months maybe longer. im fed up with the pain now. ive asked the doctor to give me something for but she said there is nothing she can do. my boss had the same as me when she was younger and said she used to go to the hospital and have them lasered off. do they still do this and is it painful? also how old do u have to be to have a hysterctomy as ive been told i dont ovulate and is very unlikely i'll get pregnant naturally so thought i might aswell have it all taken away as im fed up of being in pain all the time
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