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In allopathic treatment what is the duration for treating PCOS ?

hello, doc. M having PCOS frm last 1yr.age 24 weight 55kg. height -5 5.should i go for allopathic treatment.hope there wont be any side effects of that.after removal of cycts will my periods get regular without any medicines permanently? in allopathic treatment what s the duration for treating PCOS?m single and wanted to know that later pregnancy would not be suffered due to PCOS?
Asked On : Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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PCOS is an endocrine problem affecting almost 10% females and one of the leading cause of female subfertility, obesity, hirsuitism and glucose intolerance. its etiology has been linked to insulin resistance,
The best treatment consist of healthy diet, regular exercises, metformin(insulin sensitizer) and to regularise the cycles oral contraceptive pills.
Future pregnancy problems can be easily dealt with safe and easily available ovulation induction drugs.
Dont worry. The allopathic medicines do not have any side effect. Follow your gynecologist with full trust
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