Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common reproductive conditions. 8-13% of women are affected by it, and it’s suspected 70% of affected women are undiagnosed1.
PCOS is because of a hormone imbalance in the ovaries. Women with PCOS usually have higher levels of insulin and/or androgens, which are male hormones. These hormones mean your ovaries and eggs don’t work normally.
Women with PCOS also often have enlarged ovaries with many small fluid-filled follicles on them.