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Having pelvic inflammation, periods irregular. Ultrasound showing poly cyst, endometriosis. Given susten. Treatment?

hi dr, i am 26 years old unmarried , my periods are irregular from last year, not getting periods naturally from last year, last week i consulted gynecologist , and had ultra sound , in that my both ovaries are polycystic , endometriosis and having pelvic inflammation, dr gave me susten 300 one tablet and told me to wait for 10 days, its 5th days, still dont get period , dr is there some major problem
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Hi dear,
Irregular periods are quiet common with polycystic ovaries which usually presents as amenorrhoea of 2-3 mnths.
In my view, single dose of sustain is not sufficient for withdrawal.
Also, with associated problem of endometriosis, you ought to get fully investigated and treated including a diagnostic and therapeutic laparoscopy.
Kindly consult a good laparoscopic gynaecologist and take full treatment
Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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