Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

PCOS has a wide range of symptoms. At Dame, every woman is unique. From irregular periods to acne and hair loss, our comprehensive digital healthcare solutions are tailored to meet your specific needs.

Limited time offer: Free consultation with our Founder, Dr Bosty Chan






Confidentiality, our priority

Consult a doctor online from the comfort and privacy of your home. If prescribed, your medication will be delivered in a discreet package. No will except you will know.

Convenience, at your doorstep

For time-sensitive prescriptions, we’ll get it delivered to you within 4 hours. Late night deliveries can be arranged. We’ve got you covered when it matters.

Consultations, at your schedule

Your details are reviewed within 24 hours and a consultation is scheduled according to your calendar.

Cost-effectiveness, our mission

A wide range of treatment options available to suit every budget and lifestyle needs. We help you achieve your every goal.

Get Your PCOS Medications In 2 Simple Steps

Step 1: Consult

We will verify your condition via WhatsApp* and initiate an online consultation with you to ensure that you are suitable for our treatment options.

Step 2: Deliver

Your order will be dispatched within 3 working days. Subsequent orders will be dispatched according to your subscription plan.


Empowering Women with PCOS

Dame understands that managing PCOS can be challenging, which is why we offer a range of digital healthcare solutions designed to make your journey easier. From virtual consultations with our MOH-licensed doctors to personalised treatment plans tailored to your unique needs, we’re here to support you on your path to better health.

Telemedicine built by doctors who care

Many women living with PCOS are faced with the difficulty of finding help to manage their symptoms. DAME uses telemedicine to make it easy and convenient to start talking about these issues to licensed professional and finally get control of their lives.

Dr Bosty Chan
Founder & Clinical Lead

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Frequently Asked Questions about
PCOS in Singapore

My symptoms are very mild, I am not too sure if it is PCOS. Should I still see a doctor?2024-03-14T08:38:42+08:00

Yes, here at Dame, we would still advise you to consult a doctor for a formal medical evaluation. Although the risks differ for everyone, women with PCOS have an increased risk of developing other health conditions, including diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and endometrial cancer. Our team of experienced healthcare professionals at Dame can provide you with the support and guidance you need. Early detection results in early management of PCOS, reducing the risk of long-term health complications.

Will PCOS affect my pregnancy chances?2024-03-14T08:38:11+08:00

PCOS is a leading cause of infertility in women. Irregular ovulation and hormonal imbalances associated with PCOS can make it difficult for women to conceive. However, with proper management and treatment, many women with PCOS are able to conceive and have successful pregnancies.

Can PCOS be treated?2024-03-14T08:37:39+08:00

While there is no cure for PCOS, it can be managed effectively with lifestyle changes, medication and other treatments. Treatment options may include hormonal birth control to regulate menstrual cycles and anti-androgens to reduce PCOS symptoms like acne, hair loss from the head and facial hair growth. If pregnancy is desired, medication to encourage ovulation is also available.

Early diagnosis and treatment will help your symptoms and protect you from other complications. At Dame, we can navigate through PCOS together. Effective medications to manage your PCOS symptoms are available. Book a consultation with us today.

What causes PCOS?2024-03-14T08:36:52+08:00

The exact cause of PCOS is not fully understood. In PCOS, the ovaries do not function normally, producing excessive amounts of testosterone, also known as androgen or male hormone. Normally, the ovaries only produce very small amounts of testosterone, but in PCOS, this production increase. This hormonal imbalance disrupts the normal menstrual cycle.

There is also evidence of a genetic link to PCOS. If your relatives (e.g. mother, sister) are affected, your risk of developing PCOS may be higher.

What exactly is PCOS?2024-03-14T08:35:56+08:00

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that affects women of reproductive age. It is characterised by irregular menstrual periods, excess levels of androgens (male hormones), and/or the presence of cysts on the ovaries.

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