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Use of the medication of thyroid in irregular period

hello doctor , im 27 years old and have thyroid problem because of which i have irregular periods. My doctor gave me Krimson35 and benforce-m. My thyroid doctor gave me thyronorm 50 and metadose 800mg. can i know the use of these tablets and their side effects
Asked On : Fri, 25 Mar 2011
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thanks for choosing is used to treat PCOS.It contains a antoandrogen and a estrogen.the side effects include-nauisea,rash,loss of libido,breast tenderness.Benforce-m is metformin used to regularise insulin levels which are raised in PCOD.adverse effects include-Anorexia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, wt loss, flatulence, occasional metallic taste; weakness; hypoglycaemia; rash,. Chest discomfort, flushing, palpitation, chills, headache, lightheadedness, indigestion, abdominal discomfort.
Thyonorm is levothyroxine is used as supplemental or replacement for thyroxine in body.Side effects include-palpitation,dizziness,
Metadose is also antidiabetic drug.
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