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Have irregular periods. Took modus and progynora but no use. What is the solution for this?

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Im 30 yrs old. My periods are irregular and when i did ultrasound scan on my uterus and they said i had mild PCOS. Also she suggested me to take Modus 10 mg and Progynora tablets one tablet each for 5 days and with in a week i will get my periods.It is past 7 days and still my period is delayed. So much worried now. Would my periods be normal again and Will i be able to get pregnant normally??
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Hi thanks for the query.

In my opinion, you should have taken these tablets for few more days or you can take oral contraceptive pills for one cycle and then wait for withdrawal bleeding. If bleeding does not occur, then you will require a HSG/HYSTEROSCOPY. With treatment, your periods can be normal and you can conceive.

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Answered: Tue, 16 Jul 2013
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