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Dear doctor,
i am female 28 years old & married i tried to have child for 5 months but no result , my menstruation cycle was regular average 35 days but from 2 months back my period late & come after 55 days i was under stress in my work & this third fifth time in my life to come like this but the normal from 35 t0 38 days , i went to gyn doctor & she told me i ve Pcos in both ovaries & my hormones at 2nd day of my period were
free T4 0.99 ng/dl
FSH 5.4 mlU/ml
LH 4.7 mlU/ml
Prolactin 12.0 ng/ml
TSH 0.991uIU/ml
& the doctor told me to take dydrogesterone 10 mg at day 14 for 10 days
& 2nd day of next period start clomid for 5 days
really i am so worried to take hormonal therapy so kindly advise me please ,thanks


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replied November 20th, 2011
Infertility Answer A28725
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and I am glad to help you

In polycystic ovaries the hormone dis-balance is such that there are long intervals in between two periods.The best way to regularize the periods in such a situation is to take oral pills.The medications which you have been prescribed are fine and Clomid is the drug of choice.You should start them earliest as medications would help in regularizing periods and also hormonel levels would be stabilized.
PCOD can cause problems in conceiving so take the medications as advised and they are usually prescribed for a longer duration.Do not stop the medications on your own.Also avoid stress as it can affect hormones and conception.
Take care!


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