The Risks Of With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome – Part 2 of 2
Women with PCOS were also more likely to have gynecological issues. These included miscarriages, ectopic pregnancies, jagged menstrual periods and endometriosis, the study found. “Our study indicates women who have PCOS have twice as many hospital admissions as women without the condition. Additional health care resources should be directed to lecture the risks facing this population. Since only 25 percent of the women we studied were older than 40, we anticipate the rate of diagnosis would rise as these women continue to age”. While the exploration found a connection between PCOS and additional health problems, it did not prove cause and effect.