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What is the cause for missed periods PCOD or pregnancy ?

last periods date is may 24 till date period is not come. pregnancy test have taken 43rd day but it shown negative and scan shown pcod. what can i do. it is a irregular periods or pregnancy.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jul 2011
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There is no pregnancy but large ovarian cyst disease called Polycystic Ovarian Disease PCOD. It can cause irregular periods, associated with hgh blood sugar and diabetes, can cause hair growth on chin, face, parts of the body. You will need to get hormone check up of LH, FSH, DHEA, Oestrogen, Testosterone, blood sugar. You will need to stop eating junk food, fatty food, start losing weight and eat fresh fruits and vegetables, drink enough water, exercise daily to reduce blood sugar levels as you could be Diabetic. Doctor could put you on anti-Diabetic drug. You may have problems in ovulation so when you want to conceive for pregnancy you need to regularise your cycles by all the above mentioned methods and also birth control pills which Doctor will mostly advise and then ovulation study and/or ovulation induction treatment to get pregnant. Main focus is lose weight and all problems will reduce.
Answered: Sat, 16 Jul 2011
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