I am a little rusty in my knowledge of PCOS and IR as I did do ALOT of reading in 2006 when I was first diagnosed but that was 6 years ago :)
PCOS can go away. It's a hormone imbalance and losing weight can cause your hormones to become balanced. The issue with PCOS is that it's sort of a negative diagnosis - if you have certain symptoms with no other reason then you are told you have PCOS.
My nurse in the hospital gave me a study that showed that almost all the symptoms of PCOS (hair growth, cysts on ovaries, irregular periods, insulin resistance. etc) go away after weight loss surgery.
If you can tolerate metformin after surgery then great. I would imagine it would help your body to lose weight faster anyways.
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