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Have pcod, missed period, took duphaston, regularised, stopped. Getting longer periods. Reason?

i got married on feb 24 in 2012.after 3 months i got missed my period i went to doctor he did usc and said u have pcod right ovary37x20 and left ovary 38x24 with small calcification and doctor suggested me duphastan for six months and i used for for 4 months i got regulised my periods so i stopped duphastan and again from last 2 months i am getting my periods and they r continueing for 10 days
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

PCOS is diagnosed if two of the following are present: (1) irregular or delayed periods (2) symptoms and indication on blood tests of increased levels of male hormones called androgens (3) cysts on the ovaries detected on ultrasound

IT can be associated with difficulty conceiving.

There are treatment options to help. (1) lifestyle changes to cause weight loss if there is excess weight helps improve the chance of conception
(2) metformin
(3) there is medication that can be used to help with the release of 'eggs' from the ovaries. The first one used is clomiphene.

If the above is not effective there are other treatment options available
I hope this helps
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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