i am irregular period but 2 years stop my period naturally i called my doctor she said i m got pcos i take billfor 3month after 3 month my perioed come naturally then after month stop my perioed now i m married and consider new doctor she give new tablets for first time perioed not come next she give the same tablets but its not work why?
Hello balasara and welcome to DC. It sounds like the doctors have been trying to regulate your period but it isn't working through whatever "pills" they prescribe to you? Are you taking birth control pills but still not getting your period? Now that you are married, I am not sure if you are wanting to get pregnant or not or just hoping for a regular, monthly period so that you know whether it is a safe time of month to not get pregnant - using the rhythm method. But, if you are not regular... the rhythm method is totally unreliable any way.
Perhaps you are more concerned about why you are not getting a period at all and not concerned about pregnancy. Whatever the case may be... additional information is needed because active minds like ours may be over thinking your situation when only clarification would simplify this.
I can tell you that I was one of those people who didn't have a regular period at all - ever. I was a late bloomer and didn't start menstruating until I was almost 15. That tells a doctor some important information. For instance, I have an underactive thyroid but it wasn't diagnosed back then. I was placed on birth control when 15 years old for acne. That never should have happened and it didn't fix how or when I got my period either nor get rid of the ugly, acne issue.
It does sound like you could benefit by a full medical exam with blood work to see if anything is off. There is a reason your periods are not regular - even non-existent. Only a doctor (who can fully examine you) can determine if anything is wrong or possibly needing further investigation. Having endometriosis, for instance, can cause you to not have a regular period. Has that been ruled out for you? Having thyroid issues can affect your hormones, too. Again, only a doctor and the proper tests can determine that and then the necessary treatment plan.
Pills cannot fix everything but they sure have their place in making a condition more bearable... I hope you will share more so that we can help you as best we can. Until then be safe, be well and enjoy your new journey in marriage...
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