Our expert says:
You can start by going to a general practitioner. He can do a general physical examination (listen to your heart, lungs, examine glands, stomach, test urine etc) en do the basic blood tests (thyroid functions, full blood count, blood sugar etc) If needed, he will then refer you to an endocrinologist/gyne depending on the results of the blood tests.
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