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Have PCOS, overweight. Normal thyroid test. Prescribed Ginette. Irregular periods. Side effects?

im 29 suffering from pcos and overweight trying to control weight through diet.....unable to conceive....normal thyroid profile test prescribed.......ginette35 and oosure (myo- inositol capsules)..My periods are irregular from June 2012. I wanted to know side effects of above medicine. I want to conceive mi being treated right.....or is there much better medication available.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Hi thanks for your question.
The most frequently reported side effects of this drug are:
Breast tenderness,Breast pain,Abdominal pain,Nausea,Oedema,headache,skin rashes and itching .
Less common side effects include:migraine,fluid retention,changes in body weight,changes in libido(desire to have sex).The treatment your receiving is right.
For conceiving you have to consult your gynaecologist,because as long as you’re on this medicine you cannot conceive.
Hope this answer your question.

Answered: Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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