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becca1999

45d

I have PCOS and the doctor was talking about a pill to regulate my period again what's the pill called

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    • johnsgirl

      13d

      I have a hormonal Birth control implant

    • johnsgirl

      13d

      I have a hormonal Birth control implant

    • 100Percent_K

      45d

      Birth control

      • becca1999

        44d

        @100Percent_K thanks

        • 100Percent_K

          44d

          @becca1999 I also take continuous medroxyprogesterone (birth control) to stop my period so it sounds like they want to essentially try to shock your body back into having a period.

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The pill that is often used to regulate periods in women with PCOS is a type of birth control. Another medication mentioned in the context is Medroxyprogesterone, which is taken for 10 days every 3 months to induce a period.

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