i am 19yrs old n i hv irregular periods.they take place in 40-45 days..about 1-2 yrs back i got my ultrasound done which revealed that i have functional cyst on my left ovary..however there was no symptom of poly cystic ovary disorder..i took some homeopathic medicines then to remove the cyst.should i now again consult a doctor???is there a chance that i might have developed PCOD now??although my periods are normal with normal flow and duration.will i have problem in conceiving later in life???
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