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PCOD, Increased weight - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am
User :   i had PCOD
User :   problem
User :   due to which my weihgt is increasing
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   You need to do 3 things for weight
Doctor :   1. exercise 2. Dietary modification/diet rich in fruits and vegetables 3. Glyciphage
User :   ya but even if i diet it wont help
Doctor :   1. exercise 2. Dietary modification/diet rich in fruits and vegetables 3. Glyciphage
Doctor :   not just diet
User :   and what is this Glyciphage
Doctor :   This is medication commonly used for PCOD
User :   ok
User :   so can i get this medicine at any medical store
User :   or any specifc store
Doctor :   Please consult your Doctor and get the prescription
Doctor :   Do not buy frompharmacy directly
User :   ok
User :   thanks
Doctor :   What is your height and weight?
Doctor :   How old are are you?
Doctor :   Do you have regular cycles?
User :   no
User :   my height is 5.1'
User :   and weight is 83
User :   :(
User :   i dont have regular cycles
User :   for my cycle i need to have Meprate every month
User :   for 5 days
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   You need to work hard on exercise part
Doctor :   we have a dietician , do u need help?
User :   and before this i took mataday 1000 mg and krimson 35 for 3 yes
Doctor :   she will individualize ur diet
User :   ok
User :   then it is helpfull
Doctor :   Meprate How many you take
Doctor :   go to panel healthcaremagicx.hcl and put a request for diet counselling
User :   1 per day
User :   ok
Doctor :   so u use 1 tab every day
Doctor :   for 30 days'
Doctor :   every cycle
User :   yes
User :   ya
Doctor :   it is like contraceptive
User :   but after i had stopped taking those medicines
Doctor :   but do you get blkeedig
User :   my weight had increased to 20 kg
User :   ya
User :   scanty
User :   not much
Doctor :   I know
Doctor :   ur weight increase with meprate
User :   oh is it
User :   but doctor said it will not have any side effects
Doctor :   why u stopped meprate
User :   no
User :   i had stoped metaday and kromson
User :   krimson*
Doctor :   r u taking it now
User :   not meprate
User :   im still taking it
User :   for regular periods
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   mataday 1000 mg is metformin
Doctor :   it ias glycyphage
Doctor :   r u taking this now?
User :   no
User :   i had stopped it
User :   my dr said to stop it
User :   please guide me
User :   what to take what not
User :   coz im very much confused
Doctor :   Even though Metaday does not directly help in menses
User :   hmmm
User :   then what to do
Doctor :   it is very good fontrollong metabolic problems assocated with PCOD
Doctor :   That means there is a insuline defect leading high glucose and weight gain i PCOD
Doctor :   The Metaday will help you in long run
Doctor :   So you can take it 500mg BID
Doctor :   DO you follow
User :   ok
Doctor :   Just blindly follow my advise. This is evidence medicine fact
User :   ok
Doctor :   Inaddition to Kresion use this
User :   Krimson is a contraseptive pill rite
User :   shall i start taking it also
Doctor :   What is ur age?
User :   27
Doctor :   Krimson is contraceptive but here it is not used for burth control instead used to control harmones and to regularise cycles
Doctor :   as long as u do not want children u can continue
Doctor :   Are you married?
User :   yes
Doctor :   Do you used get regy\ular cycles with Kremson?
User :   yes
Doctor :   How about without Krimson
User :   til the time i took those two tables means Krimson and Mataday 1000mg
User :   all was good only
User :   even bleeding was also good
Doctor :   xWere you getting regular bleeding with Krimson/before krimson
User :   and weight is also controled
Doctor :   Then why it was strated
Doctor :   then why doctor started Krimson
Doctor :   for Contraception or regularise cycles
Doctor :   Hello
User :   for regular periods
Doctor :   Are you there
Doctor :   ok
User :   ya ya
Doctor :   Are you trying to conceive ?
User :   no not now
Doctor :   Pregant?
Doctor :   OK
User :   noops
Doctor :   Why?
Doctor :   Career?
User :   not exactly
User :   but dont want it now
User :   will plan next year
Doctor :   Did ur husband like ur throight
User :   but before that i need to reduce weight
Doctor :   yea.
Doctor :   That is weight my point
User :   it dont matters to him
Doctor :   PCOD complicates for infertility
User :   yes
Doctor :   All should be taken care of
User :   that is my main concern
User :   im worried for that only
Doctor :   if u r on track and desiring to to have children , it may take time/
User :   but every one always say reduce weight
User :   before conciving
User :   otherwise it wil create problems
Doctor :   That is good idea
Doctor :   Try for 6 mo
Doctor :   Be vigourous in weight loss program
Doctor :   go to panel and request dietary consultation
Doctor :   Ok
User :   ok
Doctor :   Nice chattinfg with you
User :   and regarding medication
Doctor :   continue the same
User :   shall i start krimson and metaday
Doctor :   YES
Doctor :   if u want kids, stop Krimson
Doctor :   cont metaday
Doctor :   ask ur GUN
User :   k
User :   ya sure
Doctor :   *GYN
Doctor :   Bye
User :   thanks alot for ur time Dr
User :   bye
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