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17 Feb 2004
polysistic ovarium syndrome
I had bad cramp and my face was really bad with spots which i never had before really tired and emotional. The docter took blood and a few wekks later i found out i had polysistic ovaries, the docter gave me Dionette tablets which ive been taken for a few months now but nothing has changed. I would be grateful if you could tell me any other treatment or anything i could do to help. THANX..
Try seeing a dermatologist for the acne. Go back to your gynaecologist if the other symptoms are still there.
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