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Ultrasound confirmed ovaries are polycystic, what's the next step?

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allthecheese Wed 19-Apr-17 22:13:52

I paid for a private internal ultrasound a couple of weeks ago, which confirmed that my ovaries are polycystic in appearance. My cycles are also irregular (30 - 53 days), and I don't seem to get an LH surge until late into my cycle, so am assuming I have a short luteal phase too. I am gutted, feeling like a fertility failure, and have booked an NHS appointment to follow up.

What are my next steps? We are TTC, and I just want to know what I need to ask for so that I can get some treatment to sort my body out!

Any advice appreciated.

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