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Have bilateral polycystic ovaries. Getting irregular periods. What is the cause for irregular periods?

i am 33 years old i had my periods on 19th may and again on 3rd june my scan report on 11th june normal sized uterus with bilateral polycystic ovaries of 3/4mm each and endometrium measured 6mm on 9th day from periods please tell me the reasons for irregular periods and i also want to know whether my endometrium is very thick. i do not have child.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Jun 2012
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hi.welcome to healthcaremagic forum.most probably you are suffering from polycystic ovarian disease and each of your symptom attributed to that disease.endometrial thickness is not very should consult gynaecologist for further management.good luck.
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