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I am not pregnant i had the test but it is negative.before three months it was regular. But from last 3months i am not having my periods. Before one year i had starting of polycystic ovary and doctor had given me folic acid tablet for morning and glucophage tablet for night for 3months. i had take it and after that every thing was ok. please tell me some remedies to recover from this.
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As someone with PCOS, I can tell you first hand that it's not curable, it's treatable and manageable. PCOS is an endocrine disease that can cause lack of menses, infertility, high blood pressure, excessive hair growth, and several other symptoms. To manage PCOS, you want to avoid foods that contain or induce hormone spikes (like soy), limit complex sugar intake, and add a cinnamon with chromium supplement to your daily practices.
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