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Ovarian reserve in polycystic ovary syndrome: more, but for how long?

Ovarian reserve in polycystic ovary syndrome: more, but for how long?
It has long been assumed that women affected by polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) tended to reproduce later in life. This belief stems from the fact that PCOS women have higher ovarian reserve parameters and their ovulation disorder often normalizes in late reproductive years. It is indeed a lingering die-hard belief that women with PCOS enjoy an extended window of fertility as compared to their regularly ovulating counterparts. However, actual facts, sparse for reasons explained below, speak differently.
Source: fertstert.org

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