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PCOS and dry mouth and throat
Hi Doctor I am diagnosed with PCOS last month soon after a medical abortion. Now I am taking adronis 30. After detecting I don't know due to my anxiety and stress I am getting a dry mouth and throat . Heard like it may be a symptom of diabetes. Doctor didnt suggested to do any blood test or urine test? It can be caused by tension or I need to do any blood sugar test? And also there is a yellow infection on my nails from the past 3weeks. Altogether I am very much worried. And also I am getting a severe hand pain where I can't even hold my mobile. Till last week once doctor confirmed with PCOS I was ok but all these came in the last 3 days.Please advise
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Consult for proper medications
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Consultation is advisable
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It would be wise to have a cosultation with physician at this app.
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Get symptomatically treated. Pcos is not something serious
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Need for further evaluation.consult on practo
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Go for blood sugar test as well as complete blood count. Consult for further workup.
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Reach Practo profile for further assistance. Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.
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