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this is the 3rd time Irregular periods

this is the 3rd time i m having irregular period. last periods was on march 18. done hormone test and sonography. FSH is 8.72 and LH is 41.75. thyroid and blood sugar is normal. endometrial thickness is 8. prolactin is 16. took test on april 30th and sonography done on april 27th. doctor adviced to take deviry for 5days and started metformin tablets also. deviry dosage over on sunday morning but didnt get periods yet. i m married. am i having any serious problems like poly cystic ovaries? will it affect my possibility to conceive?
Asked On : Fri, 13 May 2011
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yes,it seems you are being treated for PCOS.after stopping deviry your periods can take upto 7-10 days to appear.Just wait for a while longer.This can affect your fertility but with new drugs and fertility treatments these days conception is possible.
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