Is a testerone level of 24ng/dL considered high or normal. I’m begining to question my diagnosis of Pcos
Oh no I know you can have it without the blood being messed up but I just don’t think it’s right. My A1C is perfect. I only started having irregular cycles in 2015 but I was super sick and hospitalized at the time. I was also on extended bc pills and I just don’t feel like they gave my body enough time to regulate itself after coming off them. On ultrasound my ovaries show multiple small follicles, which I was told was normal. After my hospital admission I had two regular periods and then it changed into this brown discharge, like old blood, but I’d get that instead of a period.
I'm not sure what is considered "high," but even if you have normal horomone levels, you could still have PCOS. I don't even know if mine are elevated, but I have ovulation problems and insulin resistance. I have a friend with PCOS who has normal male horomone levels, but she has painful cysts on her ovaries. I would contact the doctor who did the bloodwork and ask. If the doctor has a different reason for diagnosing PCOS, then you can find out what that is! It's such a complicated condition.
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