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What is PCOS & how do I fix it?

PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a condition that can be frustrating and confusing. Many people have heard the phrase “Well, you might have PCOS…” without further clarity. The diagnosis can be challenging and treatment options vary.

BUT the good news is that PCOS is a manageable condition!

SO, what is PCOS?

Well, what causes PCOS?

What are the risks associated with PCOS?


SO, how do you make the diagnosis?

This all sounds scary! What can I do about it?


PCOS is a common condition that can be frustrating and difficult. At Modern Gynecology & Reproductive Health, we utilize all the correct tools to help make the diagnosis of PCOS and help patients address their symptoms and treat their concerns. The treatment of PCOS requires a comprehensive approach that incorporates medication, lifestyle management and often aesthetic treatment to achieve improvement in symptoms. We welcome the opportunity to help our patients address their concerns and get back to feeling like the best version of themselves!

Susan Lacy MD FACOG Dr. Susan Lacy is the founder of Modern Gynecology & Reproductive Health

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