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Irregular periods
I am having irregular periods since april,i have not had any medication ,i had periods with regular flow only twice since april,and i have got some acne and facial hairs also after that, so please tell me what is to be done so that periods become regular
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Dr. Disha Sridhar
Obstetrician 13 yrs exp Bangalore

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This is the onset of hormone imbalance  which cannot be treated with pills and shots.
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Good news is that your problem  can be totally reversed, not by masking the symptoms  but by addressing  the root cause of your issue. To know more on this, please read my blogs on www.truhealing.com or practo health feeds. Hope that helps....
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Dr. Rita Bakshi
Gynecologist/Obstetrician 31 yrs exp Delhi
Get Urinary pregnancy test, Serum TSH, Serum Prolactin, Serum Testosterone, FSH/LH, Transabdominal ultrasound tests done to rule out the problem. You are likely to have a hormonal imbalance which might be causing irregular periods. Visit a gynecologist for further evaluation and treatment. You can also visit my clinic International Fertility Centre located in Green Park, New Delhi along with your medical investigations for further evaluation. You can mail your contact details so that I can reach you.
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Dr. Aditi Kishore Shinde
Gynecologist 10 yrs exp Kolkata
Dear Ma'am, Thank you for your query regarding irregular menstrual cycles. To determine the cause of menstrual irregularity,  it is essential to systematic rule out specific etiology to ensure accurate diagnosis. You would need - Detailed history taking and full clinical examination. -Urinary pregnancy test. - serum TSH. - Serum Prolactin. - Serum Testosterone / FSH/LH. - Transabdominal ultrasound. After these investigations a diagnosis shall be made. Common causes for menstrual irregularity include. - Polycystic ovarian disease. - Thyroid disorders - Hypothalamopituiary axis abnormalities. - Hyperprolactenemia.
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Kindly visit your nearest Gynaecologist for full evaluation.
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