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21 Nov 2005

I am 23 yrs old & I have been to the gynae for a pap smear,had a blood test to see the pattern of my hormone levels,my insulin level was above the normal & was told i have pcos & retroverted uterus & she has booked me for a D&C,Laproscopy & also to change the positioning of my uterus
as it is positioned at the back instead of it being in front.Please can someone help to give me info on these operations as i am not
familiar with it & is it advisable to have all of these done without trying medication as a first option.

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01 Jan 0001

Many women have retroverted uteruses and it is not usually necessary to correct them. If you have PCOS and are not ovulating, it seems like the first step would be medication to stimulate ovualtion. It may be that the doctor suspects another problem, such as endometriosis and is therefore doing the laparoscopy.

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