SFEBES2016 Clinical Management Workshops Workshop 4: How do I manage…(Supported by Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports) (6 abstracts)
Fertility problems in women with PCOS are by no means inevitable. Indeed women who have symptoms of PCOS have at least one child just as often as those who do not have PCOS. But there is no doubt that women with PCOS who have oligo- or amenorrhoea are likely to require induction of ovulation and, in these circumstances, the sooner they seek the appropriate treatment for induction of ovulation, the better the chances of a timely pregnancy.
07 Nov 2016 - 09 Nov 2016