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Missed periods. Prescribed ubiphene tablets. DNC done. History of thyroid problem. Cure?

Hi. I have irregular period problem, past 2 year back. i made DNC.(4 month baby) due to some financial problem. recently I have Thyroid Problem and PBC and take continuously taken tablets.recently past 1 month menstrual is not comes.I went to the hospital doctor gives tablets. now iam menstrual on first day. doctor give the ubiphene 100 5 tablets start on 3rd day. i need this solution this problem.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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Aug 2012
Hi there.

If you have thyroid problem then let your TSH come to normal and there is chance that your menstrual cycles will be fine after that.
When your TSH comes to nromal and still you do not get your cycles regularly then please check for LH, FSH, Testosterone, Ultrasound pelvis on 3rd or 4th day of your cycle. This will give me a clue why you have such a problem of irregular cycles.
Get back with reports. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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