Women who suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome can become pregnant, although they may require fertility medications or surgery to do so, states the Office on Women's Health. These methods attempt to correct the lack o... More »

Research indicates that polycystic ovary syndrome can increase the risk of a woman developing ovarian cancer. However, scientists have yet to confirm this link in large population studies as of 2015, says the National In... More »

Women who have lupus anticoagulant and polycystic ovarian syndrome can conceive and give birth, explains the Lupus Foundation of America and the National Institutes of Health. However, physicians classify these pregnanci... More »

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