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Based on the information provided, the likely possibilities for your abnormal menstrual periods are PCOD or Hypothyroidism
Of both, you are most likely to have PCOD ( Poly cystic ovarian disease
). A cyst in ovary leads to imbalance in female hormones leading to irregular and abnormal periods. In PCOD, the levels of testosterone
, LH and prolactin
increase, LH to FSH ratio increases.
Your doctor is absolutely right. The confirmatory test is Ultrasound
. Do not worry. It is a common problem among women. PCOD can be treated.
The other possibility of hypothyroidism also has to b ruled out ( though unlikely in your case). PLas get your thyroid hormone profile done.
Coming to the possibility of pregnancy, it is highly unlikely in your case. But cannot b completely ruld out. Please go for Serum HCG ( HCG levels in Blood) instead of urine pregnancy test. Because serum HCG test is more specific and sensitive test compared to that of Urine pregnancy test.
Hope you got the answer you were looking for.
Wish you a speedy recovery and Take Care