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I'm a soon to be bride

Dr. I have PCOD since last 2 years; when visited by family Dr. for period related issues then he informed me about my cists nd thiroed problems. So I use to suffer regularly during my menstrual cycle basically having it after 2 or 3 months. Meanwhile I'm taking some homeopathy medicines by my mother's force but I don't have any faith on those. Now my problem is that as I'm passing from these issues should I visit you as you can provide me with perfect diagnosis and I'm worried about that will I'm going to face any disturbenc in my married life for my health related issues
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there. 

I can understand your concern. 
First of all, stop all homeopathy medications and consult a endocrinologist in person and get your self treated adequately and properly for PCOD and thyroid related issues.
They are very much treatable and you will be fine if you take the treatment in time. Do not waste time in other forms of medications.
Best regards.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
Bangalore.

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Dr. Rama S.K Pune | Internal Medicine
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For thyroid you need to evaluate with Thyroid profile and get treated accordingly. ...need to see your sugars too....pcod need gynaec consult
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Dr. Jyoti Talukdar Gurgaon | Medical Microbiologist
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PCOD is a treatable condition. Get checked by gynae and endocrinologist
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Dr. Narendra BS Bangalore | General Physician
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PCOD is a treatable condition. U ll have to visit ur endocrinologist for a hormonal evaluation & Ultrasound scan of Ovaries is required for the diagnosis, along with clinical examination. Get the diagnosis right, take appropriate treatment & U ll be fine. There's no need to worry for ur family life in future. U ll have to follow a healthy lifestyle so as to avoid weight gain, have regular periods, also PCOD patients maybe at risk of developing diabetes, hypertension & cholesterol problems.
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Dr. Chethan R S Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there..... If you have PCOS and you're overweight, losing weight and eating a healthy, balanced diet can make some symptoms better..... Medications are also available to treat symptoms such as excessive hair growth, irregular periods and fertility problems..... If fertility medications are ineffective, a simple surgical procedure called laparoscopic ovarian drilling may be recommended....
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