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PCOS, irregular periods. Presribed diane 35, metformin and regesterone. Dosage?

my daaughter aged 20 has been having PCOS SINCE SHE STArted her periods she was prescribed dianes 35 for a year last year to correct her period after that i got her test repeated and was told to discontinue to see if the period happens on its own ... its been 3 months now the doc says to start on er period she has to take metformin to see if the problem can be cured but before that need to start her with regesterone can you tell me the dosage for both...
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Good day.
There are lot of information needed before a drug can be prescribed. We need to know her height, weight, details of periods,
Does she have excess hair growth, pimple etc
Doctors need to examine her and then prescribe medicines. Metformin helps in ovulation and for weight loss.
It is against the policy to prescribe a medicine with out seeing a patient. Hence may I request you to consult a local endocrinologist for prescription and further advice
Thank you
Answered: Sun, 27 Apr 2014
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