William Schlaff: Who Should Treat PCOS and Helping Partners Understand it

Even the newest OBGYN should be able to identify polycystic ovarian syndrome though it may require a specialist to effectively treat the condition. Work is also being done to help the partners of patients better understand its impact in daily lives and fertility.

Even the newest OBGYN should be able to identify polycystic ovarian syndrome though it may require a specialist to effectively treat the condition. Work is also being done to help the partners of patients better understand its impact in daily lives and fertility.

Women who have gone through various changes through their lives will likely have a better understanding of the issues associated with infertility and polycystic ovarian syndrome but their male partners may be unsure of the cause or what they can do to help with the condition. William D. Schlaff, MD, from Thomas Jefferson University said his institution works to make sure everyone is as informed as possible in order to have the best result from the treatment in the end.