i have pcod problem from last 5yr and my periods are not proper from starting i hv taken alot of medicines bt of no use i hv also taken krimson 35 for abt 3yr ago bt it didn't help me too much. now im gtng homeopoathy mdsn from last 4to5 mnths bt i m not gtng gd result.Now my doc advice meto take diane35,. I want to no would it helpme to cure, and is ther any side effect of this mdsn. and would it helpme to reduce wait????
Please dont take Diane35 for more than 3 months. I am also having same PCOS problem for the past 7 years. i hav tried all medicines including Diane35. All are creating the periods artificially. No permanent relief. I am also in the same confused state. When talking about Diane35 , It will affect your breast size if u take it for more amt of time. So plz be careull.
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