Well, hi everyone, I have made my first medical check after I finished my study in college when I was 22years old,virgin, I had a painful mensatural period so, my first pelvic ultrasound test refered to PCOS , I saw a specialist who checked my case by laproscopy and gave me a dose of a medication called danazole 600mg each day for 3 months then checking by pelvic ultrasound she decided that I needed a three months from tha same medication and same dose I finished it and check by ultrasound test I was healed and go thruogh my life normally after 6 months I checked out again the same case were back again my doctor repeated the same medication for 3 months i chcked out again with ultrasound I was healed then after 1 year I checked out shocked by PCOS again and Endometriosis on the uterus I saw another specialist she told me that the medication this time will be Dipherlene which is an abdominal injection or my second chance is to be married to be pergnant to increase my progestrone hormone ..........I laughed I didn't find my mate yet and lost all the hope of being normal again It will return and return again so my bad thinking lead me to leave the medication because it had a high side effect with blood pressure and diabetes and Osteoporosis that what the specialist said ..... after 2 years my condition become worse so till that I began a new mediaction Progyleuton tablets that controlled the mensatural period and the endometerium were healled but the PCOS still managing it with the same pills does that right ??????? the specialist told me to go on it after she saw the last ultrasound report but I have a pain on my left ovary which have more cysts than the right one ......... also I had disorders in colon and my tonsilis......... Knee's pain ..........beside the Acnes from time to time slightly .... all that in my age I want a realistic medical advise without syrgeries..........the diet I should go on to be healthier person to continue through my life and work
thanks and best regards
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