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  • Lifestyle Modifications

    Your doctor may recommend losing weight and increasing your physical activity to help stabilize hormone balance and reduce symptoms.

  • Medicines

    Your care team may prescribe medicines — such as combination birth control pills or progestin therapy — to regulate your periods and restore a normal hormone balance.


  • Physical Examination

    Your doctor will perform a physical exam, including a Pap smear and testing for infection.

  • Hormone Testing

    Hormone testing allows your doctor to evaluate hormone levels, which increase and decrease throughout your monthly cycle. Results can help your doctor find hormone imbalances and plan treatment.

  • Ovulation Evaluation

    If your doctor suspects you’re not ovulating regularly, you may need to track your basal body temperature (your lowest temperature over 24 hours) over a few months to help pinpoint fertility problems and predict ovulation. Using a special thermometer, called a basal thermometer, you take your temperature first thing in the morning and write down the results. You do this every morning at the same time. Doctors also use urine tests to predict and assess ovulation.