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Prescribed Meprate, B.long, sirmrosr, asmita, haemup for PCOD. Side effects?

i am siddiqua from tamilnadu,i am having pcod problem,our family doctor prescribed me the following tablets, meprate,b.long,sirmrose 500,obimet 500,asmita,haemup by taking the above mentioned tablet does it cause any side effect and by taking the above mentioned tablet the pcod problem will get cured?and also i am doing yoga and exercise also please guide me and clear my doubts
Asked On : Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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PCOD is common endocrine disorder of female, menstrual irregularity,Acne,Hirsutism (Hair growth) and Infertility, Central Obisity and insulin resistance (Metabolic syndrome ).
Your doctor has prescribed correct medication take them regularly,and if you are over weight take care of diet and exercise to reduce weight.
Many times reducing weight restores fertility.
Metformin takes care of insulin resistance and other tab takes care of hormone imbalances.
Because it is genetic in nature it may not be cured but most of the things can improve but infertility is a issue then some times IVF may be required.
Take care
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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