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Trying to concieve. Missed periods. Pregnancy test negative. Diagnosed with PCOS. Prescribed tablets. Got early periods. Suggestions?

hi i was married six months ago and had missed my periods last month i made pergnence test twise but was negative i counsult a doctor she made some test and found mild pcos then she priscribed me B long F and Primosa tablets after my periods this month . i stated tablets after my mences ..but the problem is after 12days only again i start periods now is it safe to countinue the tablets .and why i got early periods plz help me out ..and even we are plan for a baby
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Hi thanks for the query.

Irregular cycles are one of the main symptom in PCOS. This is the reason for you getting your period again. Treatment you are taking is a vitamin supplementation and you need to see your doctor again for another prescription of drugs to treat the basic pathology like metformin.

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