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On PCOD treatment, have done laparoscopy, have un-ruptured eggs on left and right side, advised gonadil, metformin, folion. Suggestion?

i m female,27yrs old my mrg date 1.11.2009 i have pcod i have to take continue treatment for 2 and 1/2yrs.2months before i have to done hls laproscopy but no use last month i have 4 eggs right side 2 is repture left side1 is repture.right side another one is not repture so my doc this month suggest to given gonadil tablet,metformin&folion is given for 30 days.
Asked On : Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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PCOD is a very tricky and problematic condition.In fact there is no shortcut method or treatment for this.
You have to be very regular and patient with the treatment.
The hallmark of the treatment is
Medication for regularizing your periods
Medication for ovulation induction
and Treating your hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance with
Weight reduction
Doing good amount of daily exercises
And taking METFORMIN 500 mg twice a day for 6 to 9 months.

Carry on with the treatment being given to you by your doctor and be patient and regular.
Answered: Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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