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Blood test done, results awaited. Irregular periods. What could be the reason for delay and are there any medicines for hormonal imbalance?

Today I went to doc obgyn about my lhs and fh give it to blood test. I have to wait for two days for result, but I want to know if anything they found they will give me any medicine for hormones balance, because my period didn't came 4 month,and then doc give me one tablet then I drink that 5 days after 5 days I got my period, after that they told me to check my lhs and fh..... Pls give me mor Infor,,,
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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LH - Luteinizing hormone, FSH - Follicle stimulating Harmone, TSH - thyroid stimulating hormone all are secreted by the pituitary Gland in the brain.
FSH - for follicle stimulation
LH - for ovulation
TSH - throid stimulation
all are interlinked for reproduction by its specific action. You have not mentioned about TSH.
As you had secondary amenorrhoea (Absence of period without pregnancy) they have done hormonal assay. Prior to that they have given hormone to induce periods.
Treatment depends upon the results. So many hormone preparation are available (as I have mentioned the function of each hormone). Just wait for the results and take treatment accordingly.
You will succeed.
Best wishes.
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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