I had my consultation with a gynaecologist on Friday and he said that some of the tests were "suggestive" of PCOS that were just on the border, like, 3.97 instead of 4, and then some were normal, and that based on that he couldn't diagnose PCOS but agreed that I show all the symptoms and advised me to try myo-inositol and folic acid and said that's what he would advise women who couldn't tolerate the first line of meds for PCOS and you don't need a diagnosis because you can buy them over the counter.
I don't know what to think. On the one hand, if the myo-inositol is the answer then I don't care about having a diagnosis, but it still seems bizarre that I wouldn't be diagnosed but would be advised to use an over the counter treatment.
I have to go back to see him in a few months to see how well the norethisterone/ tranexamic acid/ mefanamic acid meds are working to regulate my periods, and to see if the myo-inositol is helping with everything.
Has anyone else tried myo-inositol and folic acid?