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Sonography shows PCOS. Taken medication for missed period. Negative pregnancy test. Still irregular periods. Can you help?

I have been detected with having PCOS in Sept 2011 after I did a sonography . I was missing my periods for 2-3 months at a staretch since March 2011 and hence did a sonography as suggetsed by the Gynac. I was on medications for 6 months from the Gynaec and I used to get my period regualry. After I stopped the medication in Jan 2012, I got my periods in feb and mar 2012 but nothing for 3 months after that. Home pregnancy test was negative. I am now on Homeopathy but the periods are still irregular. Can you please help?
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
See thos PCOS/D is related with mamsa+rakta+rasa+shukra dhatu. You not maintioned about your deliveries.Also this happens due to nigligances in periods .Take a salt swedan for 30 mins/day thrice.Drink only rice water in steed of plain water.All diet should be veg only.
The treatment=Dadimadya/phala/dhanwanter ghritam (3 tsps)along with bala+vidanga+amalaki+danti+kantakari+pashanbhed+nagarmotha diccoction is very helpful for such patients.PLdo write about effect.
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