How to diagnose polycystic ovary syndrome?

According to the Consensus on the diagnostic criteria for polycystic ovary syndrome, adopted at the beginning of this century in Rotterdam, the main diagnostic criteria for the disease are: 1. Disturbance of ovulation manifested as a reduction in the frequency of ovulation or its complete absence. An indicator of this condition is a disorder of the menstrual cycle according to the type of oligomenorrhea and amenorrhea.2. Clinical and laboratory signs of increasing levels of androgens in the body of a woman.
3. Ultrasound study that confirms polycystic ovary syndrome. The presence of two of the three above criteria can serve as the basis for the diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome.