Polycystic Ovaries "Heavy Periods"
One of the most common manifestations in Polycystic Ovaries "Heavy Periods". Reading the information above, it's easy to see why. The most common problems associated with PCOS are ovarian dysfunction and poor ovulation. This predisposes to infertility. However, it should be emphasized that there are many patients with mild PCOS who can become pregnant. Not all PCOS patients ovulate. Some may ovulate less regularly than a normal 28-day menstrual cycle, but every time ovulation does occur, there is a possibility of getting pregnant. Some PCOS patients may only ovulate a couple of times a year, but may become pregnant during that time. Other patients with very mild PCOS may even have a typical 28-day cycle and have only mild pregnancy difficulties. They will ovulate normally and the doctor will find that they have a very mild form of PCOS when the ovary is stressed by injecting ovulation-inducing medications.