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Irregular periods. Polycystic ovaries found in the ultrasound. Treatment?

I hv got my last period in 1 st march , that period continue upto 10/3/12 ( 1.3.13 to 10.3.13 ) . after stop my periods i hv no bleeding only two days -- after again bleeding - no heavy but still continuing -- i hv polycystic problems since 15 years , my age is 31, i got married, but i hv no kids.-- last month i did ultrasound -- imp : mild poly cystic ovaries . which tablet i hv to take -- please advise me
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
You are having polycystic ovarain disease (POCD).POCD has many problems and infertality is one of commonest problem.Treatment is difficult and divided into two parts;surgical and medical.In medical treatment drugs are given to treat endocrinopathy associated with PCOD.In surgical form ovaries are drilled through a laser fiber or elecro cautery.Consult a gynaecologist who may be able to treat your PCOD.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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