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Will hyponidd and diane-35 help in curing PCOD and reducing testosterone levels ?

hi...m aged 21..i had a pain in my whole abdomen i got checked by the doctor so it comes out polycystic ovarian disease..and i had a irregular periods also..and my periods also not cme from mre than a doctor gave me a medicine and said to take 3 times a day and said your periods will come in 3 days for getting periods and prescribed Diane-35 from the very first day of period but my periods dint came so i get myself checked by another doctor then the another doctor gave me hyponidd and its about a week am takin hyponidd from my first day of said my testerone level is also very high and also said to take diane-35 4m is my 6th day of is it safe to take both medicines together.. or should i take it from next month from 1st day of period i have very much brown spots on my face from 7-8 years and facial hairs are also coming will these medicines clears my face too and my PCOD.please suggest me..lookin forward for your support and cooperation..thanks........
Asked On : Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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Hi surabhi;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
Yes PCOD can be treated with the medicines you are taking so you continue it as advised .It takes time but treatment is possible .Just in case your body does not respond to medicine & your periods still remain irregular you can consult your doctor then may be she may change the line of treatment.
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