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If you are diabetic and only have periods every six months is there a way you can have them more often?


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2010-09-13 20:54:08
2010-09-13 20:54:08

Possibly the pill can help you regulate you period better. Of course if you are trying to get pregnant then this won't work. Does your GYN know about your infrequent periods? I would give him a call and see what he can do for you. Also, ask about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), most likely needing a referral to an endocrinologist to get tested and diagnosed for it. Some of the hallmark symptoms of PCOS is infrequent ovulation/ menstruation and obesity, and, it is highly corellated with insulin resistance/ type 2 diabetes.

If you are only having your period twice a year, I would strongly recommend consulting with you physician/endocrinologist.


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