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PCOD and irregular period
She has bilateral PCOD (righ ovary 16cc. left ovary 30cc in ultrasound taken 5 days after completion of period) and was given Cycloset and Diane-35. Takes medicines irregularly missed medicine for 4 days and got period 1 week early. After which she has been very irregular on her medicines. Now after a week she again has periods. She has severe mood swings is easily irritated (also has a history of depression few years ago and when she is very upset nd not able to handle she takes petril even now maybe 2-3 times a month) IS it something serious or is it normal? Do we need to consult her doctor?
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She needs detailed counselling and evaluation. Kindly see a gynaecologist in person.
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Relax!!!!Its just Pcos not last stage cancer..she needs to understand that Pcos is an extremely common ailment these days in women. 1) She needs to take the medicines regularly.This is because these are hormone containing drugs and if taken irregularly it will obviously cause disruption in her cycles 2) is she obese?If yes then she should aim at reducing atleast 5-10% of her body weight as it will help curing Pcos. 3) she can try tablet normoz twice a day for 3 Months.. 4) What are her sugar values?If deranged then ask her to start Tab glycomet 500 once a day for 1 week then two tablets a day regularly. 5) consult a good gynaecologist and also a good counsellor for psychological counselling
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