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Trying to conceive, irregular periods, premolate-n, diane-35

hi my age 24 iam married it is abt 14months i need early pregnahnacy bt i had dealy of my periods 3months i consulted doctor she advised me scaaning and thyroid test bt every thng iss normal in reports then she gave me premolate n tablets for 3 days 3 tablets i got periods again she gave me diane-35 from 5th day ,icompleted one strip now again i got periods again doctor is saying to take diane-35 bt i need pregnancy diane-35 means birthcontrol pill bt wht 2 do plz ans me
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Diane -35 contains cyproterone acetate, which act as anti-androgen and ethinylestradiol which is an estrogen.
These are usually prescribed in cases of,
Acne due to androgen excess,
As oral contraceptives and anti-androgen therapy etc,
You better discuss with your doctor what is the purpose behind prescribing them to you.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 28 May 2012
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