Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is the most common reproductive disorder and affects 5-10% of women. PCOS is currently the leading cause of infertility in the United States. PCOS is a condition that causes menstrual irregularity, weight gain, and adrenal imbalance leading to hirsutism, or facial hair. With the onset of PCOS, there is an early excess of dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS), which causes early growth of axillary hair, acne, and body odor. Anovulation or dysfunction with ovulation is a common symptom leading to infertility, as well as an adrenal imbalance. PCOS is usually diagnosed in puberty and becomes worse throughout time. Although the cause of PCOS is currently unknown, it is suspected that it is familial. Diagnostic criteria for PCOS require 2 out the following symptoms be present: 12 or more follies on one ovary or increased ovary size, hyperandrogenism (high levels of male hormones), or menstrual dysfunction. Although a diagnosis of PCOS does not mean that cysts are present on the ovaries, the condition gets its name due to many women having enlarged ovaries that appear to have small cysts on the outer edge.