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PCOD after marriage

Hi, In 2013 i dint have any PCOD problem as per the doctor certificate. (While doing some miner surgery). I got married on march 2016. Till that time my period cycle was around 35 days. For engagement and marriage I took tablets for prepone and postpone for 3 months. "Jan end 2015-postpone", "Feb 2015-Prepone(21 pills - took this pills for 19days)" and "Mar 2015-Postpone". And after my marriage period cycles gone for toss. Below are my period records. 10Nov14 6Dec14 1Jan2015 3Feb15 (Took tablets to postpone) 25Feb15 (Took tablets to prepone - took pills for 19days and some tonic ) 28Mar15 (Took tablets to post pone) 5Jun15 17Jul15 5Sep15 5Oct15 12Nov15 15Dec15 20Jan16 17Feb16 3Apr16 17May16 3Jul16 And I had mental stress from In-laws from Day 1 of my marriage and even now. Used MYO-COD powder and Nancy Ayurvedic syrup suggested by doctor. But no use. Please help me what if I neglect this late cycle problem. And I whats happening with me. How dangerous it is?
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Dr. Chethan R S Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there..... I went through your query..... To regulate your menstrual cycle, your doctor may recommend combination birth control pills .... If you're trying to become pregnant, you may need a medication to help you ovulate. Clomiphene is an oral anti-estrogen medication that you take in the first part of your menstrual cycle.... Consult Gynecologist for further advice....
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Venkat Raghav Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello... Many fertile women suffers from Polycystic ovarian disease in theses days... Other factors like illnesses ,psychological stress could also work jointly... If your heavy reduce your weight, consult gynecologist for medicine for pcos... If you are not intent to conceive you can use oral contraceptive which will regularise your periods.
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