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Delay in menstruation due to thyroid problem

i was told by my gynaec to take diane 35 for 3cycles,till three cycles i got my periods normal and this is the fourth month and i have not got my periods so far,i was told to stop diane35 after 3cycles.my date was 29 and i have still not got im very tense as i soon wish to concieve,i went for pregnancy test also and its negative,i further would like to add that i have hypothyroid for past two years but doctor has not given any medication as it is very much borderline ,last year tsh was lesser then the year before,i am told to follow a strict diet which i religously following,i was also said to have pcod and so was told to take diane 35,i weigh 64kgs,what should i do,im very tense and nervous as i wish to concieve as soon as possible
Sat, 4 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello Gunjan,
PCOD is a chronic disorder and takes long duration of return to normalcy.
You were prescribed an antiandrogen drug (Diane) which is a rational management plan for PCOD.
But, your present status of ovaries needs review for you to be able to conceive again.
Check your Thyroid levels again since it is 2 yrs since last test.
Don't worry. You have reversible causes of infertility and will soon conceive provided you have some patience.
Tc.
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General Surgeon Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh's  Response
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hypo thyroidism if it is there should be treated with hormone and should be started immediately both the partners should be checked and test done
normal regular periods ,ovulation and patent tubes required for pregnancy to occur with partner's normal semen report and above all normal sexual intercourse in fertile period
it is best to be under treatment from infertility doctors till there is pregnancy
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Delay in menstruation due to thyroid problem

Hello Gunjan, PCOD is a chronic disorder and takes long duration of return to normalcy. You were prescribed an antiandrogen drug (Diane) which is a rational management plan for PCOD. But, your present status of ovaries needs review for you to be able to conceive again. Check your Thyroid levels again since it is 2 yrs since last test. Don t worry. You have reversible causes of infertility and will soon conceive provided you have some patience. Tc.