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I am 20 years old I have been diagnosed with pcos when I was 16 years old my height is 168 cm and at that time I weighed 62-63 kgs but after taking the 3 medicines I was prescribed (metformin, dronis, birth control pills) which helped me with my periods but increased my weight upto 72 kgs then I decided to stop taking the medicines then so at the age of 19 I stopped taking medicines now it's been almost 1 years I haven't got my periods back now should I go back to the medicines or wait for the periods to come back normally.

2 Doctors Answered
should investigate for hormonal imbalance and do regular exercise
No. You need to take withdrawal bleeding.
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