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Suffering from PCOS. Taking krimson 35, stopped, facial acne, irregular periods. Continue medication use?

Hi, I have been diagnosed with pcos 6 years ago and have taken krimson 35 for four years. I stopped taking my last tablet 7 months ago and i now observed an irregularity in my periods. My face has lot of acne now. I want to know if i can use the same medicine again, i mean can i use these kind of medicines for many years without any other side effects?
Asked On : Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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thank you for writing to HCM

PCOS - is a metabolic problem and one of the medications used is krimson 35 for proper hormone control and to regularise the cycles

As you are off the medications the hormaonal imbalances have started showing up and you have
- irregular cycles
- acne

You can see a dermatologist who will give you medication to improve the acne

The long term use of the medication is done always under supervision of a specialist to monitor and avoid any side effects due to the drugs

hope to have answered your query
Dr Nandita Thakkar
Answered: Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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