Hello dr, as I am patient of polycryst and having hormonal problem, I didn't get menses until I use medicine, can i.come to normal as other girls? Help

Polycystic ovaries. PCOS can be treated, but usually will result in non-ovulation which means no periods without added medication (progesterone). There are other medications which can produce ovulation, and since stress is a common cause of PCOS, a reduction in stress can allow normal cycles to continue. If you do not want pregnancy, try low dose oral contraceptives which are safe and best with PCOS.
May get better. A woman with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) often will not have periods on her own without medication. Sometimes teenagers have similar symptoms that may be temporary, and may improve with time. But with medication even women who don't have periods on their own can resolve many of their symptoms. And PCOS is very very common: you're not alone.