PCOS, the Hidden Epidemic

by Jeffrey Dach MD
(Hollywood Florida)

Jeffrey Dach MD

Jeffrey Dach MD

The fundamental problem with PCOS is anovulation and not making progesterone for two weeks every cycle.

This lack of progesterone leads to hormonal imbalance in the ovary, causes the ovary to produce testosterone and leads to the irregular menstrual cycles and infertility. This is aggravated by obesity and insulin resistance.

Progesterone is missing, therefore replacing it makes sense.

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Understanding PCOS the Hidden Epidemic

Jeffrey Dach MD
4700 Sheridan Suite T
Hollywood Fl 33021
954-983-1443

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