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Hello, I have been diognosed of PCOS in the month of Feb. I have been advised to take a contraceptive Crysanta for about 3 months. I have also been warned that it gives some side effects and may also affect Liver. I am more keen on adopting Homeopathy as I have been taking it since my childhood. Unfortunately my doctor has passed away and I do not know any other doctor. However, please find below more details about me:
1. I am 40 year old and single
2. Suffering from Hypothyroidism for last one year. Am under medication - 50 mcg and 25 mcg on alternate days
3. height - 5 ft
4.Wt -55kgs
5. Symptoms of pcos - nothing major. No acne, did not notice major hair loss, periods have been regular so far. Fasting sugar is little high - 102
6. I have also been diagnosed of varicose veins yesterday. for which also I need medicine in homeopathy.
7. Many spider veins seen on ankles and thights
8. Lot of itching on both the legs.
8.Experience cramps in legs during nights, but seldom.

Please advise me on what medicine should be taken for both PCOS and Varicose veins.

Will be grateful for your help.

  BMI_001 on 2011-05-08
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