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Have you ever been tested for things like thyroid or polycystic ovarian disease?Any history of weight gain, increased hair on body or skin tags? Have you been evaluated for these late periods and any opinion of the doctor about this?Warm regards
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When Should You See A Doctor For Irregular Periods?
It may be time to talk to your doctor if:
Source: Office on Women’s Health
A gynecologist will be able to determine the cause of your irregular periods and help you figure out a treatment course. This may include oral contraceptives to regulate your cycle.
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I hope this information helps you decide the best course of treatment, in my opinion, hormonal evaluation and possible oral contraceptive may be needed to find the best way to treat your condition,
Glad to be able to help, why don't you ask your GP to book an appointment with your Ob/gyn since this has been giving you trouble for long now,