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Pcos And Thyroid
One where: You take in less than you burn off and lose weight - that's the goal. It's 3500 calories to burn off to lose one pound. Metformin may help. See your doctor. Good luck. I don't know what "no thyroid" means; either you have no thyroid problem, or you have no thyroid. Your doctor can analyze which it is and treat it if indicated. ...Read more
I m a girl of 25 ,was diagonised as pcos and thyroid problem m on medication but having no periods after taking medicine for 10 days kindly help?
Consult your doctor: Continue your medication as prescribed ,usually one gets period by 10 days of medicine ,but sometime later . Wait for a week or so , you may get periods,if not then talk to your doctor .He may change the dosage or the medicine . ...Read more
Im 29 yrs old,having pcos and thyroid disorder,hv 2 miscarriages in july nd september.in both cases conceived through iui.wht to do now to avoid it?
Evaluation: You need an evaluation to check for potential underlying cause of miscarriages. Treatment to avoid miscarriage in the future will depend on findings. ...Read more
I have developed a swollen face since puberty.I have pcos.My thyroid and cortisol are normal. What could be the reason for this swollen face?
PCOS: Polycysitic ovaries will cause weight gain and a "swollen face." I believe you are also probably functionally hypo-thyroid, even though your blood tests are "normal." Thyroid blood tests are generally a waste of blood. You need Metformin and the herb Berberine for PCOS (500 mg of each, 3 times daily). Get Broda Barnes' book, Hypothyroidism, the Unsuspected Illness. ...Read more
Facial/chest hair, rapid weight gain.Tested for PCOS(neg) Thyroid test -low norm. What else could it be? Any tests I can ask for?Hairloss starting now
You need answers: B"sd There is no specific test for PCOS, "low normal" thyroid test can be anything from normal to hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. We endocrinologists are frequently challenged by cases. A careful, hormonal and metabolic evaluation is in order - there is a huge array of diagnostic testing to choose from - my best advice for you is to ask for an expert endocrinologist to guide you through the m ...Read more
Bleeding after clitorios stimulation from vagina just started a month ago, I have irregular periods but no pcos or thyroid issues what could be wrong?
Many options: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle Birth control pills will likely regulate. Schedule visit. ...Read more
Ttc, irregular cycles from beginning, no pcos, no thyroid, hsg, ultraound clear, ovulating, dh is perfect, 3 failed iui, any treatment other than ivf?
What could cause 2 years of amenorrhea, fatigue, weakness and weight gain? My doctor ruled out pcos and thyroid. Now getting severe headaches...
Pituitary enlargemen: One possible explanation is an enlargement of the pituitary gland and the cells that make a hormone called prolactin. This hormone is normally increased in pregnancy and breastfeeding. If elevated at other times, the symptoms you describe along with a decrease in the range of vision, especially laterally, can also be noted. You should seek medical care immediately to have the proper testing pe. ...Read more