This condition causes an increase in the production of androgens, which are hormones like testosterone. Specialists at our clinic have extensive experience diagnosing and treating adolescent girls with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

Our endocrinologists, nutritionists, and psychologists work together to provide patients with personalized care.

Early detection and treatment can help to reduce symptoms such as irregular menstrual cycles and excessive facial and body hair. It can also help prevent adult complications like infertility and type 2 diabetes. Adult polycystic ovary syndrome is also diagnosed and managed here.

Losing weight may be the most effective way to reduce the risk of adult complications. It is especially effective when combined with medications that suppress androgen production and regulate menstrual cycles.

Follow-up visits every three months can help ensure that you are on track to meet your weight loss and fitness objectives. Our doctors may repeat blood tests to measure insulin and androgen levels during these appointments.