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Having irregular periods. Diagnosed as high LH hormone. On ginette. When to stop taking ginette. Is there any complications in getting pregnant?

Hello, I am having irregular periods and diagnosed as high LH harmone. My scan reports are normal. Doctor suggested me to take ginette 35 for 6 Months. I am going to complete 5 months dosage. Next month is my marriage. S hould i need to consult the doctor and do the harmone test again before my marriage? Shall i stop the dosage now itself? LH harmone was 17.95mIU/ml. My periods was not stopped fp or 25 days. During that period i consulted doctor. Please suggest what i should do? Whether my case is serious. Is there complications in getting pregnant? Thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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it is a oral contraceptive given in womens with high androgen view of irregular mensus and normal level of LH and since patient is getting married and wants to becum pregnant.ginette must be stopped,as it inhibits ovulation and is a contarceptive and even if patient becumes pregnant,it is harmful to fetus
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