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Have irregular periods and weight gain. Had d & c because of miscarriage. Under medication. What to do? name is a staff nurse and im 25 years year 2011 i had a miscarriege and i went through d & c..i was given ocp pil for 1 month to regulate my period..after that i started to gain weight in february 2012..and it gradually increased from 60kg to 72kg year 2012 my menses started to come menses will come a month and next month it wont come..last october i transfered to another place far from home..i was emotionaly stressed..that month my menses lasted nearly for 3 weeks..and following month there were no menses..again menses came on 19 december 2012 and lasted until 2 Hb level was normal..i saw my doctor to consult..and follow to scan..the findings was normal..since my mother had history of hyperthyroidism..i done tsh test..and it was still waiting for my hormone test result..i have done my routine health screening..and mu LFT result came out as bilirubin 4.0umol/L, cholesterol 6.76mmol/L, SGPT 51.2U/L, SGOT 31.3U/L, LDL 5.0979mmol/L,GLOB 33.4g/L..I didnt have menses since last 2nd of february..i was given metformin to help reduce my weight planning to have children of my own this year..
please help me..

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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
You seem to be suffering from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS.
In this condition, there is hormonal imbalance due to which there is irregular menstruation and erratic ovulation.
Ovaries are studded with multiple follicles none of which succeed in maturing on time.
Please consult a Gynecologist and go for a transvaginal pelvic ultrasound, alongwith hormonal and biochemical assay to confirm PCOS.
All the best.
Answered: Wed, 15 May 2013
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