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Irregular periods (PCOD)
My periods are irregular. as i have consulted a doctor and found that i have got PCOD problem. its been 2 months now not got the periods. The doctor has given me medicine : Drome X (1 at night ) and M-Torr Tab (1 in the afternoon) for 6 months. started taking medicine since 14 days still i have not getting periods. Also i have done below test and the result TSH : 3.28 ML/ulu FSH: 5.52 ML/mlU LH : 26.80 mlU/ML Prolactin: 29.16 ng/ML Testosterone Total : 84.21 ng/dl RBS : 130 mg weight : 54 BP : 120/90 Due to this problem, getting so much pimples rashes on my face and face is looking dull and some time dry and some time oily. Also i feel so tired and restless. one year ago i have got the same problem and i consulted a different doctor and gave me medicine of Tab: glycomet 500 (1 at night *10), Duoluton -L (1 at night *30 days), Tab ovabless (1 at night for 30 days) And Tab. macfolate (1 in the morning * 10) after taking this medicine i got my periods regular for one year.
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hello, your hormones are little bit on the higher side. you can start taking metformin again. eat fruits ad vegetables and drink lots of water.
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Your hormones are a little more. Your meds are OK. Please consult an endocrinologist to rectify the present problem. You might have to start Metformin again. You have todo regular exercise and drink a lot of water. Fresh vegetables and fruit. Sprouts... Once you change your life style you'll start feeling better. Don't worry.
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