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Hello doctor.. i m unmarried 27 yr old girl. I have suffer heavy pain in my stomachs i have lose my period 2 months and i m not digest any foods all time i feel acidity . I have consult with gynecologist she advised me for ultrasound of whole abdomen so my ultrasound report said i m pco patient 6.0mm .. and doctor prescribe me padmini pilles .. i take it this pilles 5 days ago... plz suggest me right treatment ...

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Hi there. Your stomach pain most likely is not related to your PCOD problem. The stomach pain/acidity can be relieved by your over the counter antacids. If symptoms persist, you may consult your gastroeneterologist. For your PCO, your gynecologist is right by prescribing pills to regulate your cycle.

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