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25 year old suffering from PCOD. Irregular periods. Taking Benforce. Any side effects?

Hi , I am praveena. 25 yrs old. unmarried. from last 5 yrs i am suffering from PCOD . i consulted lot of doctors. they gave a tablets for 3 month. while taking tablet and after 3 month i got period properly . After that again my peroid are stopped. then i consulted the doctor... this process is going on from last 5 yrs its still not stopped.. i want permanent solution. Now am taking Benforce M tablet. Its have any side effect.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Homeopath 's  Response
Pcod or polycystic ovarian disease can never be completely cured.as long as you are taking the birth control pills ( pills you take for 21 days in a month followed by menstrual bleeding) , you will continue to get your periods on time.once you stop these pills,your condition would be reverted back.there is no permanent solution to treat pcod.once you are married and are trying for pregnancy,you might need help in the form of medicines to conceive.some people with pcod conceive on their own,where as others require help.this is because in patients with pcod one doean't know when the patient will have her menses and hence cannot judge when the patient will ovulate.people with pcod should keep their weight in control as weight gain will worsen the symptoms of pcod.the patient can sometimes exhibit hirsuitism( excessive hair growth on face nd body). Benforce M ( metformin) helps in treating the symotoms.
Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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Homeopath Dr. Swati's  Response
Pcod or polycystic ovarian disease can never be completely cured.as long as you are taking the birth control pills ( pills you take for 21 days in a month followed by menstrual bleeding) , you will continue to get your periods on time.once you stop these pills,your condition would be reverted back.there is no permanent solution to treat pcod.once you are married and are trying for pregnancy,you might need help in the form of medicines to conceive.some people with pcod conceive on their own,where as others require help.this is because in patients with pcod one doean't know when the patient will have her menses and hence cannot judge when the patient will ovulate.people with pcod should keep their weight in control as weight gain will worsen the symptoms of pcod.the patient can sometimes exhibit hirsuitism( excessive hair growth on face nd body). Benforce M ( metformin) helps in treating the symptoms.
Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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