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Irregular periods

I am married and 29 year old.i have been facing delay in my cycle since 2-3 months.This time I was supposed to get my cycle on 15th March.But didn’t get.I underwent a TVS scan which showed I have an ovarian cyst in my right ovary and that’s 14mm in size.I am already visiting a Homeopathic doctor,he gave me 2 dosage but it’s been 8-9 days I am taking the medicine I am not getting my cycle.Please suggest.
  Santu3 on 2018-04-10
This is an internet forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Let me know your detailed ailments right now along with following:
Body weight?
If female, Last Menstrual Period, How long it stays.
When you wake at morning
When yo go to bed
What you do
What's your daily diet
How much water you drink everyday
Any Digestion issue
Any mood swing
Any issue with sleep
Any issue in gaining/losing weight.
Dr R Basu 7 months ago

Thanks for the response
Weight -60 kg
Height is 5.2
Age is 29
Bp normal
Last menstrual period was 10th Feb,lasts only for 3 days rest 2 days remains scanty
I wake up at 8 or 9 AM
I go to bed around 12AM or 12:30 AM
I work with an IT company
Daily diet is breakfast as Upma,poha or any other light food ,lunch as chapati n sabji,dinner as chapati n sabji,fruits n milk I take daily
No digestion issues
Mood swings sometimes is there
No issues with sleep
Yes I have been working out at gym since 3 months I haven’t lost any weight
I drink at least 1 bottle every day ,nowadays 3 bottle
Santu3 7 months ago

Take Pulsatilla 30 one dose every alternate day for two weeks.
Dr R Basu 7 months ago

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