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Irregular periods. Ultrasound shows polycystic ovaries. Blood and thyroid test prescribed. Treatment?

my daughter 15 yrs old had irregular period n th doc advised for the complete abdomen ultrasound. week ago ultrasound was done it was deducted polycystic pattern of ovaries now the gynae has suggestd blood test too with empty stomach ( TSH , LH, FSH , AMH) during her periods of 2 or 3rd day. now the probl. is she was given tab sysron -n for three days n today its her 5th day but till now she did nt have her periods.... pls advise....
Asked On : Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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Sometime medicines may take a while to act, wait for a week, if menses do not appear, chk with her doctor again.

Homeopathy offers safe and long term solutions to PCO or PCOS. You may seek homeopathic help as for the same.

Weight management, stress reduction , nutrition is a very imp part of PCO management, please make sure she takes the appropriate measures .

Thanks & Regards
Dr.Anshita Singh Rathore
Answered: Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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