Women diagnosed with PCOS told they can only access medication if they’re ‘trying for a baby’

Women living with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are being told by doctors they can only access medication if they are trying for a baby and some are waiting more than a decade for a diagnosis, can reveal.

Authors

Matt is an NHS Consultant in Newcastle with over ten years of experience. His PhD research into subfertility and miscarriage involved developing a clinical trial and patient engagement.