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Irregular cycles
I am a patient of PCOS.... And am not getting my periods on time.... My date was 1st but haven't got it yet.... My treatment got stopped due to some reasons and I am facing mood swings due to hormonal imbalance... I want to get rid of these issues as I am going to be 18 and have heard many negative things that happens because of irregular periods
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Dr. Disha Sridhar
Obstetrician 13 yrs exp Bangalore

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If you  really want to know  the root cause of your problem and heal, please  read my blogs on www.truhealing.com or practo health  feeds. Hope that helps....
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Dr. Sarika Dahiphale
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Concentrate on your life style, indulge yourself in exercise, medicine, avoid junk food, at your age it's difficult to say irregular cycles directly a pcos, first confirm the diagnosis  with composite evaluation.....And check your weight... That should on lower normal limit according to your height
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Dr. Veena Vidyasagar
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There is no permanent cure for PCOS. However, the symptoms can be minimized to a large extent by life style changes and some medicines. If you are obese, weight reduction helps quite a bit. If it has been long time since you last visited a Gynaecologist, visit one and follow the treatment prescribed.
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Dr. Subidita Chatterjee
Gynecologist 32 yrs exp Kolkata
It is perfectly normal to get irregular periods upto age 18 or so. What happens is that it takes a few years for the periods to regularize after menarche ( first starting of periods). This is because of irregular ovulation that takes time to normalize. Usually it is seen that after hormones are stopped for a while side-effects come back to normal. You need to visit a gynaecologist and get a full assessment of your PCO - whether you need to lose weight or take further medicines. Hope you feel better soon!
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