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Hie , I recently got diagnosed with autoimmune hypothyroiditis , in my visit to endocrine she had asked me to do further test like DHT and ultrasound of abdomen pelvis My DHT results are normal But my ultrasound shows bilateral polycystic ovaries , with mutiple small follicles arranged peripherally , what does this means , my periods are very much regular and no changes in weight . What does this indicate please help . Is it different from pcos? And also difference between pcos , pcod and pco . And also please suggest is cytomid correct medication for it
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Dr. Disha Sridhar Bangalore | Gynecologist/Obstetrician
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Please read my blog on PCOS and thyroid pill posted on Practo health feeds. All these imbalances have the same root cause. Absolutely you can heal from all the above. I will be glad to help you if you choose to heal yourself. Regards. Dr.Disha.
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Dr. Ashwini S Bangalore | Gynecologist
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Polycystic ovaries is not a disease but a cluster of signs and symptoms where u can have irregular periods, increased body hair growth, excessive or very scanty bleeding pv and infertility. If u do not have any of them you don't have to treat the scan finding. Treatment is based on your symptoms. Cytomid is a medicine used for ovulation induction and don't take it without doctor's supervision. Only thing you should do is to maintain a healthy lifestyle and don't put on much weight.
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