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Periods delay!
Hi, I am facing irregular periods ever since it started. Sometimes it happens twice a month and sometimes 4-5 months delay as well. It was never regular. What should I do? I used to consult a homeopathic dr. He always used to say nothing to worry, things will be fine later on. Okay, I did a few blood tests for office purpose some time back and then I figured out that I have lil high triglyceride level which was 350. I certainly gained some weight in the last couple of years. I've a very unhealthy lifestyle because of my office hours. Is it possible because of my unhealthy lifestyle this is happening? Thank you for you time.
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Dr. Maulik Shah
General Physician 10 yrs exp Ahmedabad
Consult Gynec & do blood reports n Usg. Reduce at least 5 % weight that wl regular ur hormones n period.
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Dr. Devjani Das (Ganguly)
Gynecologist 16 yrs exp Kolkata
If your periods are usually delayed by few months, you need to see a gynaecologist, for some blood tests and an ultrasonography. Maintaining a normal weight does help to regularise periods. Periods can also be regularised using birth control pills, but firstly you should see a doctor and get the tests done, in order to find the reason for irregular periods. A healthy lifestyle, having regular healthy meals, and exercise should help you to maintain a normal weight, and that may help with your period problems as well.
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