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Taking ayurvedic treatment for PCOS. Not getting period. What should I do? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 06-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good morning
User:very good morning :)
Doctor:Please proceed with your query.
User:currently i m undergoing PCOs treatment
User:its an Ayurvedic treatment
User:i havent had my regulr periods from past 3 months
Doctor:may I know your age, height and weight?
User:i wanted to know about the effects of not having the regular mestcyle
User:i m 27yr , 5.4ft , 61kg
Doctor:Menstrual cycle is the changes which takes place in your uterus on a regular basis.
Doctor:Menstrual period is a part of that cycle.
Doctor:Uterus gets itself prepared every month for an implantation to take place.
User:but i am under medication currently
Doctor:Since when are yo under ayurvedic treatment?
Doctor:Before three months were you having regular periods?
Doctor:Are you there?
User:before i was using a tablt XXXXXXX 35
User:and i used to have my cycle regular
User:from past 3months
User:i planned to start a family
Doctor:Was there any particular reason for shifting to Ayurvedic medication?
User:i was in medication with english medicne
User:wich included the supression of harmone etc via injections
User:but i was not sucess
User:also the doc suggesting for ovarian drilling
Doctor:So now yo artrying for pregnancy, right?
User:but every month i am also performing a pregnancy test
Doctor:In fact, menstrual periods occur when there is no fertilization and implantation.
Doctor:You may not be having any ovulation happening from your ovaries.
Doctor:Ovulation is the release of egg/ ovum from the ovaries.
Doctor:When there is no ovulation, there is no need of uterus to prepare for a pregnancy.
Doctor:Hence, the periods too does not occur.
Doctor:Are you following me Latha?
Doctor:So when you are not having an ovulation, there is no chance of getting pregnant.
User:suggestion to have ovulation
Doctor:First, we have to get your ovulation happening regularly.
Doctor:You will need regular medication to suppress the cysts in the ovary.
User:any natural or home remedies
User:as i am already consumptino the ayurvedic medicne
Doctor:Natural ways will help improve your health. Being a modern medicine practitioner, I will not be able to comment on Ayurvedic or any other medications.
User:so wht u suggest
Doctor:What my suggestion would be to consult an infertility specialist who can assess you in detail, and treat you accordingly to
Doctor:treat PCOS and at the same time prepare you to get pregnant.
Doctor:Don't get stressed about the situatio.
Doctor:With modern medications, many people suffering from PCOS are being treated.
Doctor:And they do get pregnant.
Doctor:Are you following me?
User:thanks alot for the information
Doctor:You will need tablets to induce ovulation in you.
Doctor:For all these you need to be evaluated.
User:but i had tried tht too
Doctor:And start taking the medicines.
Doctor:Don't lose hope.
Doctor:Consult an infertility specialist, he will guide you more about the plan and prognosis of the treatment.
Doctor:Hope I have answered your query.
User:thank you ... have a nice day :)
Doctor:Is there anything else I could assist you with?
Doctor:Hope you do not have any further questions. Thanks for consulting me. You too have a nice day.
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