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Mastubation and irregular periods

May i know if masturbation causes irregular periods.........i am already a pcod patient .......i dnt masturbate regularly....its really very rare...... i am taking treatment fr pcod .doctor gave me dronis 20 tablet to be taken..even wen i took that i did nt get my period this it due to masturbating doctor...pls reply me...within tonight
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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masturbation never causes any irregular cycles. the cycles normally changes its days from 1-8 days but as you have stated that you are a known case of PCO then you yourself have explained the cause for irregular cycles. PCOS itself is enough to cause irregular cycles inpendently and no correlation of masturbation with the cycles
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General & Family Physician Dr. Nishad BN's  Response
it is not at all linked with is the pcod that might have caused your irregular period.
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