I'm sorry to hear that you've not been able to find a good doctor yet.
Therefore, go and keep looking for a good doctor until you find one!!
Are you in a small town? Have you had previous bad experiences with specific doctors, or are you basically distrustful of all doctors? Does your insurance limit who you can see? Are you un-insured?
I have friends and acquaintances who, like you, could not find doctors they liked and trusted but they kept trying until they did. I've observed people on TV true-story medical shows who saw multiple doctors until they found the "right" one.
Can you re-start your search for a good doctor tomorrow?
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i have pcos and have TONS of inflammation and have yet to find a GOOD dr i can trust
I agree with DIETITIANBECKY to consult your doctor.
If by some chance your Dr. does recommend it (for example, my Dr. recommends it to treat an eye condition that I have) here is a quick answer of what I know about it.
Some fish oil has omega-3 in it, and some does not. You want the fish oil that contains the omega-3, not the fish oil without omega-3.
You would buy a product that says something such as "NatureMade Fish Oil (1000 mg) with Omega-3 (300 mg)". Labels says take 2 capsules (softgels) per day, but you would take whatever amount your Dr. recommends.
Again, shoot for a well-balanced diet and you won't need the supplements. If you don't enjoy the foods that provide omega-3, then supplements per Dr.
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