Question: I have polycystic ovarian disease..can I stop my medication?

M 25 yr old woman..having pcod..doctr prescribed me normoz n beplex forte…n by only taking dese two medicines m having regular periods from 3 months…dat means i dont have much prblm..n can stop taking medicines after few months??

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4 Comments on “Question: I have polycystic ovarian disease..can I stop my medication?

  1. PCOD (polycystic ovarian disease) is a chronic illness. Normoz and Beplex are normally prescribed to help induce regular periods and improve your chances of conceiving. Usually they are prescribed for a period of 3 to 6 months. If no medication or hormones are used, you will become irregular again. Talk to your doctor before stopping any medication.

  2. Better diet, lifestyle and less stress can help you have regular period. After that look into hormonal pills

  3. yeah , you can stop them, but not abruptly. u need to have monthly scans done and taper off the doses gradually.. depending on the gynecologists advice. dont be in a hurry to stop the medicines

  4. stopping of pills should be accompanied by a good healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle. u need to do exercises, yoga.This will prevent the withdrawal after – symptoms that occur after stopping of the medicines.

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