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What treatment should be taken for PCOD and back pain ?

i am having pcos since 5 years had medicine,not getting any solution still having. my mom is having severe back pain since many years. ct scan shows L5 s1 compresssion.she had taken so many medicine no relieve please suggest.
Asked On : Tue, 5 Apr 2011
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Welcome to HCM.

PCOS can be ignored if you are married and have children.

If you are unmarried wait till you get married, for treatment to start.

If you are married and you do not have children then you should certainly take medicines, so that you may conceive. Once your family is complete you do not have to be bothered about the regularity of your periods. Let them come when they want.
As for your mom's condition, medicines are not very useful except to relieve pain temporarily. Surgical correction of the disk compression may be required.
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