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No periods, PCOS. Prescribed pantecar-d, deviry. Ultrasound done. Treatment?

hi doctor, i am 18yrs old i have no periods since 6 months and my doctor suggested ultra sound and the result was pcos i was taking homoeo medicine and i got regular periods for 2 months and and i didn t get my periods till now so i went my family physician (allopath) and she prescribed deviry 10 mg with pantecar-d for 5 days single dose ...pls help me when i will get my periods after taking this medicine..
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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Deviry 10 mg contains Medroxyprogesterone which is given for irregular menses, the other drug must be a pantaprazole which is given for gastritis problem.
You may have regular menses from next period.
But one sincere advice always try to follow one kind of medicine since there may be life threatening drug interactions between different medical fields which both the doctors may be unaware.
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