i dont have normal menstration as in no menstration if i not drinking a medicine i went to ob and-both of my ovaries have more than 12 anechoic cysts the largest measuring 0.6 cm in the right ad 0.7 in the left. i hve also polycystic ovaries and thin endometrium. m ob gave me a pills for 3 months because i also want to ge pregnant.
Women with PCOS, who are not menstruating regularly, need a detailed evaluation for knowing their hormonal status. Also a systematic treatment will be necessary in order to achieve a pregnancy. Consult an infertility expert for an evaluation.
Hope this helps.
after taking diane35 for 3months,i came back to my obgyne,we observed my menstration for 1 mnth and still my period did not come. used pregnancy test but it is negative..i dont konw if i will come back again to see my obgyne..i spend a lot of money..
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