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PCOS, trying to conceive, have delayed periods, prescribed Novelon. What should be done?

i am having pcos and trying to conceive last 2 years, consulted doc and prescribed to reduce weight and reduced 6 kgs and uanble to concieve naturally, and now my periods was 14 days late and doc prescribed to use Novelon? But i know that is a birth control pill and i doesnt wanna take? so pls sugggest me should i wait for this month naturally by reducing my weight?
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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If pregnancy has been excluded as the cause of the delay of the cycle this month, you can take the medication as it is the right choice to put your cycles back on track before planning further treatment like induction of ovulation. The pills also help to check the formation of ovarian cysts which is a definite feature of PCOD. This further aids in management. If natural methods like weight management, exercise and diet have failed to induce ovulation naturally, it is time to go for aided treatment in the form of thorough investigation and supplements like Metformin and Clomiphene to induce ovulation. Hope this helps.
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