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Prescribed with norgest and evecare for PCOS treatment. No periods. Had hypothyroidism and cholecysterctomy. On thyroxine sodium tablets

hello doctor, I have been precribed to take tab norgest for 5 days,3 times a day followed by tab evecare(himalayan healthcare) 4 tabs a day for 3 months for treatment of PCOS. todayy is 4th day and have taken 12 norgest already.but Iam not having my period. Is it normal? ( I am patient of hypothyroidism since last 3 years and taking 75microgm of thyroxine sodium tablets and also had laprascopy cholecystectomy 25 days back)
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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You can expect to see withdrawal bleeding 3-7 days after completion of hormonal treatment. You will not see it while still on the medication. If your thyroxine supplementation makes you euthyroid, this should not be the concern. Please wait for a week or ten days and if you do not see a period until then, please get further management from your consultant. It is possible in PCOD for failure to attain a period and higher doses may be needed to do so. Hope you find this information useful. Wish you good health.
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