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  1. Hello Dear,

    Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.

    If you have short cycles or PCOD, it is a sign of progesterone deficiency and can be confirmed by doing blood test for progesterone levels on day 21 of your menstrual cycle. Maintain a healthy lifestyle and get your Thyroid profile, Serum prolactin levels, ultrasound done and a check up by Gynecologist. If progesterone deficiency is suspected progesterone preparations can be given to you in 2nd half of your menstrual cycle to improve the outcome.

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  2. User
    I did all the tests still bleeding is not getting controlled with out birth control pills. My reports are as listed below…
    FSH- 3.51
    LH- 1.49
    PROLACTIN- 11.90
    THYROID T3- 125
    T4- 6.24
    TSH- 2.37
    LAPROSCOPY REPORT:
    intra operative findings: hysteroscopy-endometrial cavity- NORMAL,GLANDS NORMAL..
    minimal fundal adhesions.
    bilateral ostia seen.
    endocervical canal normal
    laproscopy-uterus size- normal-anterverted
    bilateral tubes healthy
    bilateral spill of dye noted
    bilateral ovaries normal…

    Please suggest solution to reduce bleeding and to increase progesterone levels.
    • Hello Dear,

      Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.
      Your reports are normal. Endometrial biopsy report can point towards the diagnosis of progesterone deficiency if done premenstrual. I already told you that progesterone preparations can be added in 2nd half of your menstrual cycle to improve progesterone levels and reduce bleeding also. Various other drugs ate also available to reduce menstrual flow for which you should discuss this with your doctor.

      Hope this answers your query. Feel free to write back to us with follow-up questions.
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