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Pcod prob
Hello sir,
I Have pcod problem from last 5 yr and my periods are not proper from starting and I m getting fatty and I hv even taken krimson35 bt of no use. Now my doc suggest me daine35. So would it help me and help me to loose my weight & is there any side effect of it???????
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HI,
Pills are given only for getting regular menses. They will not help you to lose weight. Weight reduction can be achieved by a combination of diet control and exercise. Weight loss will also help the PCOS and will help normalise hormones.
Hope this helps.
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I'm rt there with you! Have PCOS and since my periods stopped 13 months ago I went from 105 to 135 In just a few months! NOTHING helps the weight go away! And idk what to do about not having a period! Not that I miss them lol but am concerned there's something serious wrong and also want the weight gain to go away! I have never had any children, I am 28 years old and have never taken any form of birth control ever in my life. I've only had few sexual partners bc I always had long term relationships with BFs since my 1st one in High school. Bc of that I didn't use anything to prevent pregnancy yet I've never once gotten pregnant!!? So am I infertile? What's going on and why the weight gain and no periods! Can you be in menopause at 28? Bc I'm also always HOT now when I used to always be cold at any temo under 70! Nt now, now I'm hot at 60! Lol what's going on! Need help! Freaked out!
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Basically I wanna know what I should do that isn't super expensive since no health insurance. Where do I start and what is wrong with me!?
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