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Was diagnosed with PCOS, period late. Prescribed cycloprogynova. Enough?

I was diagnosed with PCOS after my period was 5 months late. I was prescribed cycloprogynova for 3 months [everything worked like clockwork during the time I was taking it]. My doctor told me to stop and see what would happen, but now my period is 4 days late and I m not sure what to do. I am confused seeing as I was told I have lots and lots of little follicles (which means I don t ovulate?) So why should I expect to get a period? Any help would be greatly appreciated. [i m single and not trying to get pregnant, this was just to help regulate my periods]
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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The treatment strategy for PCOD depends on the need for conception. Either way, to regulate the cycles, you would need to be assessed thoroughly for the exact type of hormonal imbalance and any associated features to initiate the ideal combination. Also, you would need to maintain a healthy weight, do some regular exercise and eat well. Hope this information is helpful. Take care.
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