A higher level of a male hormone called androgens causes irregular periods as it does not allow the ovaries to release eggs.
An increase in insulin results in more male hormones, which suppresses ovulation and causes other symptoms of PCOS.
People having PCOS can have low-grade inflammation. A doctor can measure the levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) that indicate the level of inflammation in the body.
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