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Polycystic pattern right ovary, previous miscarriage

i had ultrasound scan ABD+ PELVIS and the impression shows as poly cystic pattern right ovary and my doctor suggested medicines are - CetapinXR1000mg, Cabergoline tablets USP, Femigard Gold Syrup. i am trying for pregnancy. i got miscarried ( after 2 months )last year in
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition where the ovaries are studded with multiple follicles, but due to hormonal imbalance, none of them mature and hence there is difficulty in ovulation and in menstruation.
The mainstay of therapy is weight loss and lifestyle management.
Metformin and Cetapin help to regulate the symptoms.
Cabergoline is given for high prolactin levels, often seen in this condition.
PLease have follicular monitoring, and if there is difficulty in ovulation you might require Clomiphene tablets.
Investigate the cause of prior miscarriage before proceeding for your next pregnancy.
Take care.
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