Testing PCOS twice

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  1. ShellaBel

    ShellaBel Member

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    I had a PCOS test a year ago now, which came back negative. I have a 3 - 4 day lh surge which is why I'm concerned.


    If I've been tested for PCOS and it was negative, should I go back and do another test? Can PCOS occur later? Or once it's negative, does that mean you can't test positive for it again?


    Thanks for all your help!
     
  2. chattychar1990

    chattychar1990 Well-Known Member

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    Just because you have a 3-4 day surge it doesn’t mean you have PCOS?!
    You’ve been tested negative so I would just carry on doing what your doing.
     
  3. ShellaBel

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    I heard that a continuous positive lh surge can indicate this?!
     
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    chattychar1990 Well-Known Member

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    If you are just getting the surge when you’re ovulating then this is pretty normal. It’s when you get a surge throughout the cycle at different times is when you should worry.
    It’s probably nothing more than a longer LH surge.
     
  5. ShellaBel

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    Ah okay I see. Makes sense. Yes is only when ovulating. Thanks a lot!
     

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