The Use Of Hormone Drugs To Smooth Menstruation In A History Of FAM Sufferers?
Good afternoon doctor, I want to ask you, I am 22 years old, not married and have never had sex. I have menstrual disorders, after the ultrasound I was declared clean there was no myoma or cyst. then I was given a hormone drug cyclo-progynova, does it affect my body because I had a fibroadenoma mamae surgery because of hormonal disorders, and there is a thyroid derivative but I haven’t done a ct scan for the thyroid. Then, if I’m already menstruating after taking cyclo-progynova, do I have to take the medication until it’s finished on the 5th day of menstruation or start with a new medication? because the doctor did not have a detailed explanation. then in the description of the medicine I was given a UC code which means I have taken the medicine before and just continued, even though I have never taken it at all, please advise the doctor. thanks in advance.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Menstrual disorders have many causes, ranging from simple ones such as poor lifestyle with excess or less body weight, fatigue, lack of sleep, stress, weight gain and loss too drastically, to those requiring further treatment such as hormonal disorders. thyroid, female hormone disorders or the presence of cysts, tumors and cancer of the ovaries.
In your case, what you should know in advance is that we cannot determine the dose, frequency and continuation of the drug that should be stopped or continued because we did not examine you right away. Especially because the hormonal disorders that cause you to take these drugs have also affected you in the form of a fibroadenoma and that you have a family history of thyroid disorders at the same time, making your condition too complex to handle without meeting in person and without expert consideration.
So if the doctor who prescribed the drug to you does not know about your history, you should go back and share this information because this could change the treatment that should be given to you. Hormones in a woman's body act like dominoes, where the irregularity affects other hormonal disorders, so it is very important to rectify this with your doctor straight away, in order to avoid misunderstanding and your own good. So, hopefully it answers your question.