Background: The most widely recognized endocrine problem is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) that shows during puberty with menstrual irregularities, acne and hirsutism. The fundamental imperfections in PCOS are still unclear, so insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome are most common in both healthy weight and as well as in obese patients. Numerous treatments are offered for women related to PCOS including weight loss, gonadotropins, metformin, DASH diet, letrozole and laparoscopic ovarian diathermy.
Case presentation: This case report 35-years-old female presented for evaluation of obesity, menstrual irregularity and amenorrhea, and had no received any kind of hormonal treatment. Luteinizing hormone and serum testosterone level were elevated, while follicle stimulating hormone and estradiol level was normal.
Conclusion and Outcome: Metformin and DASH diet was best treatment choice for PCOS patient that requires further examination before to being suggested on a long term basis and successful treatment outcome.