December 19, 2008

Bloodwork results are in

According to the NP, everything looks good. She did notice a slightly elevated level of testosterone, but mentioned that's normal in PCOS patients. So I've been wondering, do I really have PCOS? The NP hasn't really come out and said "Yah" or "Nah" either way, so I asked her to share her opinion. She said I MAY have borderline PCOS. Due to the fact that I was able to produce a normal follicle, she's hesitant to diagnosis PCOS at this time. She said it will help to keep my weight down. Yahoo!

She mailed the results to me, so I look forward to comparing my numbers to the information I've found online.

Luckily, I haven't be experiencing any side effects to the Provera. Last night and this morning I've been feelings very mild AF like cramps; however, it could all be in my head.

1 comment:

  1. You can check out the LH:FSH ratio to help determine if you PCOS. Also, if you have a high number of antral follies, that's also an indicator. Good luck to you!