A stroll around the block with your dog (spouse/significant other, neighbor, or exercise buddy), your favorite exercise class at the gym, following a video at home, or peddling on an exercise bike while you watch TV…whatever you choose to get you moving will be good.14 Aim to fit in at least 30 minutes, five times a week – the basic recommendations from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.15
If a regular menstrual cycle is not desired, then therapy for an irregular cycle is not necessarily required. Most experts say that, if a menstrual bleed occurs at least every three months, then the endometrium (womb lining) is being shed sufficiently often to prevent an increased risk of endometrial abnormalities or cancer.[93] If menstruation occurs less often or not at all, some form of progestogen replacement is recommended.[92] An alternative is oral progestogen taken at intervals (e.g., every three months) to induce a predictable menstrual bleeding.[medical citation needed]
The diagnostic workup should begin with a thorough history and physical examination. Clinicians should focus on the patient's menstrual history, any fluctuations in the patient's weight and their impact on PCOS symptoms, and cutaneous findings (e.g., terminal hair, acne, alopecia, acanthosis nigricans, skin tags).19 Patients should also be asked about factors related to common comorbidities of PCOS.
Losing weight. Healthy eating habits and regular physical activity can help relieve PCOS-related symptoms. Losing weight may help to lower your blood glucose levels, improve the way your body uses insulin, and help your hormones reach normal levels. Even a 10% loss in body weight (for example, a 150-pound woman losing 15 pounds) can help make your menstrual cycle more regular and improve your chances of getting pregnant.3 Learn more about healthy weight.
Your doctor may recommend weight loss through a low-calorie diet combined with moderate exercise activities. Even a modest reduction in your weight — for example, losing 5 percent of your body weight — might improve your condition. Losing weight may also increase the effectiveness of medications your doctor recommends for PCOS, and can help with infertility.
2-Hour oral glucose tolerance test (GTT) in women with risk factors (obesity, family history, history of gestational diabetes)[17] may indicate impaired glucose tolerance (insulin resistance) in 15–33% of women with PCOS.[62] Frank diabetes can be seen in 65–68% of women with this condition.[citation needed] Insulin resistance can be observed in both normal weight and overweight people, although it is more common in the latter (and in those matching the stricter NIH criteria for diagnosis); 50–80% of people with PCOS may have insulin resistance at some level.[17]
Many women with PCOS have decreased sensitivity to insulin, the hormone that regulates glucose (sugar) in the blood. This condition, known as insulin resistance, is a major risk factor for type 2 diabetes. Women with PCOS often have type 2 diabetes, which occurs more frequently in women with PCOS. Signs of insulin resistance include weight gain (especially around the waist), acanthosis nigricans (skin thickening around the neck, armpits, belly, button, and other creases), and skin tags.

No. Seroquel doesn't have a 'noticeable effect on your perception of reality'. I don't know where you get that shit but seriously, it just knock you out cold. There's no high like in benzos, there's no euphoria like in ambien. You take it and either you are sedated if the dosage is mild or you pass out if it's too much. It's supposed to calm you down and turn you in a zombie. But again, it's not the sedation you get on benzos. It's not enjoyable, you feel shitty and slow. Nobody would take that to be high, you don't feel relaxed, ffs.
Combination birth control pills — those with estrogen and Prometrium (progesterone) — are frequently prescribed to women with PCOS not looking to get pregnant. If the main concern is irregular periods and the resulting potential health risks, this is a great option. “Birth control pills are very good for protecting the lining of the uterus in women who are chronically anovulatory,” says Dunaif.
Doc ask ko lng po na kung mag diet ang may pcos may posible po bang mabuntis?un po kc sabi ng obgyne d2 sa Japan..wala daw po gamot sa pcos mag diet lng daw po..irreg po kc ang mens ko at matab po ako..tapos po may mga bahid ng blood pero d ko naman po mens un..nag pa check up na po ako..hormomal imbalanced po ang sabi..kaya binigyan ako ng planovar pills para umaayos ang mens ko..mag paalaga din po ako sa doctor para mag kaanak..gus2 ko po payuhan nio po ako kung anong dapat gawin..salamat po
If he was using heroin very heavily, that may well be his starting methadone dose (or close to it.) Methadone has a long half life while heroin has a short one, so avoiding withdrawals can take a lot of methadone, initially. Methadone clinics aren't going to leave someone on a high dose though. They'll titrate up until withdrawal subsides, then taper down over time. I'm guessing he started at the clinic around when he got busted, so it's sus af to me that he'd still be taking 130mg. Or that he ever was. Maybe 100. Possibly.
PCOS is associated with multiple metabolic defects, including metabolic syndrome. Twice as many women with PCOS have metabolic syndrome as in the general population, and about one-half of women with PCOS are obese.1,9 The presence of PCOS is also associated with a fourfold increase in the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus.10 There is an increased prevalence of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease,11,12 sleep apnea,13 and dyslipidemia14 in patients with PCOS, even when controlled for body mass index. Rates of cardiovascular disease are higher in patients with PCOS, but increased cardiovascular mortality has not been consistently demonstrated.15,16 Finally, there is evidence to suggest an increased risk of mood disorders among patients with PCOS.17,18
Teens with PCOS may have slightly different signs and symptoms. Irregular cycles are common in normal girls in the first years after periods start (menarche). Therefore, signs of ovulation problems for girls include irregular periods more than 2 years after menarche, absence of cycles for more than 3 months, or never having a first period by the time puberty is completed. Also, heavy or overly frequent periods may be a sign of problems related to PCOS. Adolescents do not require an ultrasound for the evaluation of PCOS, since large ovaries with many follicles develop as part of normal puberty. 

Jump up ^ Wu, XK; Stener-Victorin, E; Kuang, HY; Ma, HL; Gao, JS; Xie, LZ; Hou, LH; Hu, ZX; Shao, XG; Ge, J; Zhang, JF; Xue, HY; Xu, XF; Liang, RN; Ma, HX; Yang, HW; Li, WL; Huang, DM; Sun, Y; Hao, CF; Du, SM; Yang, ZW; Wang, X; Yan, Y; Chen, XH; Fu, P; Ding, CF; Gao, YQ; Zhou, ZM; Wang, CC; Wu, TX; Liu, JP; Ng, EHY; Legro, RS; Zhang, H; PCOSAct Study, Group. (27 June 2017). "Effect of Acupuncture and Clomiphene in Chinese Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A Randomized Clinical Trial". JAMA. 317 (24): 2502–2514. doi:10.1001/jama.2017.7217. PMC 5815063. PMID 28655015.
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) may suffer from irregular periods, excessive hair growth (hirsutism) and acne (pimples). High levels of serum androgens (male hormone) are one of the main features of PCOS. There is no good evidence from this review that statins improve menstrual regularity, spontaneous ovulation rate, hirsutism or acne, either alone or in combination with the combined oral contraceptive pill. There is also no good evidence that statins have a beneficial effect on hirsutism or acne (pimples) associated with PCOS. In women with PCOS, statins are effective in reducing serum androgen levels and decreasing bad cholesterol (LDL), but statins are not effective in reducing fasting insulin or insulin resistance. There is no good evidence available on the long‐term use of statins (alone or in combination) for the management of PCOS.

And that’s not all. Nurturing your health with smart daily choices also helps protect against heart disease and diabetes, major health risks for women with PCOS. And while there’s little research specifically in PCOS, a healthy diet plus exercise and stress reduction are also proven to help lift anxiety and depression, improve sleep, reduce fatigue and boost energy – additional pluses that can help you feel great.
Janis King graduated cum laude from Florida State University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and worked as a registered nurse in medical-surgical nursing and critical care. She earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Florida State University in 2013 and has since been working in Endocrinology following graduation.  Janis is bilingual and fluent in the Spanish language as well.
You can lose weight by exercising regularly and having a healthy, balanced diet. Your diet should include plenty of fruit and vegetables, (at least five portions a day), whole foods (such as wholemeal bread, wholegrain cereals and brown rice), lean meats, fish and chicken. Your GP may be able to refer you to a dietitian if you need specific dietary advice.
The long-term prognosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is confirmed by reproductive endocrinologist, Dr. Walter Futterweit, who says: “It’s not just there when you’re trying to have your children. And even into the ages of 40s, you still can have the irregular cycles and the excess androgens. Some of the long-term complications are things that are going to be manifest as the person gets older. So it’s not just a here, there for a few years. It’s pretty much a lifetime illness.”3
More powerful and expensive imaging methods such as computed tomography (CT scan) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can also detect cysts, but they are generally reserved for situations in which other conditions that may cause related symptoms, such as ovarian or adrenal gland tumors are suspected. CT scans require X-rays and sometimes injected dyes, which can be associated with some degree of complications in certain patients.
yeah, the constant nitpicking about things she can't help is annoying. people are desperate for milk so they'll try to make a topic out of everything. for example, that anon who was saying how gross her arm looks because it has stretch marks and loose skin. what's she supposed to do about that? shes a shitty person but i gaurentee none of the anons on this thread are perfect or even attractive enough to be such nitpickers
New evidence suggests that using medications that lower insulin levels in the blood may be effective in restoring menstruation and reducing some of the health risks associated with PCOS. Lowering insulin levels also helps to reduce the production of testosterone, thus diminishing many of the symptoms associated with excess testosterone: hair growth on the body, alopecia (scalp hair loss), acne and possibly cardiovascular risk.
Where PCOS is associated with overweight or obesity, successful weight loss is the most effective method of restoring normal ovulation/menstruation, but many women find it very difficult to achieve and sustain significant weight loss. A scientific review in 2013 found similar decreases in weight and body composition and improvements in pregnancy rate, menstrual regularity, ovulation, hyperandrogenism, insulin resistance, lipids, and quality of life to occur with weight loss independent of diet composition.[73] Still, a low GI diet, in which a significant part of total carbohydrates are obtained from fruit, vegetables, and whole-grain sources, has resulted in greater menstrual regularity than a macronutrient-matched healthy diet.[73]
The exact causes of PCOS are unknown; there are probably more than one cause and these may be different between individual girls or women. Androgen excess (male hormone excess), seen in 60-80% of girls and women with PCOS, is a key problem in the disorder and likely comes from ovaries in most women. Insulin resistance or elevated insulin levels may worsen androgen excess. Abnormalities in how the brain or pituitary gland communicate with the ovaries may also lead to androgen overproduction. Other hormones from the ovary or fat tissue may also be involved. 
Un síntoma clave del síndrome de ovario poliquístico es tener periodos menstruales irregulares o faltas de la menstruación, porque las consecuencias de esta afección sobre los ovarios pueden hacer que se deje de ovular. De todos modos, puesto que una chica puede tardar hasta dos años en presentar períodos menstruales regulares desde su primera menstruación, puede costar mucho reconocer este síntoma en las adolescentes. El desequilibrio hormonal propio de este síndrome puede desencadenar cambios en todo el cuerpo, no solo en los ovarios.
ok yeah i doubt anyone ACTUALLY said it, but i think if someone did in fact say it to her, they were just saying it to be nice. not because they meant it as an oddly kind insult. but i think luna makes up a lot of the social interactions she has. not the social interactions themselves, but the things people supposedly do or say during those interactions..

I don't believe that Luna goes ~3 days without eating uwu~ often like she claims, but she probably doesn't eat much at all on days where she's e-begging. The junk food she shares on Instagram? Pretty sure she only eats that stuff occasionally. She probably doesn't have enough money for food a lot of the time, and binges on sugary things when they get paid. Junkies will choose drugs over food, and unless Pat's dropping off groceries EVERY WEEK I think she probably skips a lot of meals/doesn't eat that many calories a day.

A polycystic ovary is defined as an ovary containing 12 or more follicles (or 25 or more follicles using new ultrasound technology) measuring 2 to 9 mm in diameter or an ovary that has a volume of greater than 10 mL on ultrasonography. A single ovary meeting either or both of these definitions is sufficient for diagnosis of polycystic ovaries.23,25 However, ultrasonography of the ovaries is unnecessary unless imaging is needed to rule out a tumor or the patient has met only one of the other Rotterdam criteria for PCOS.19,26 Polycystic ovaries meeting the above parameters can be found in as many as 62% of patients with normal ovulation, with prevalence declining as patients increase in age.27

Lifestyle modification and weight reduction reduce insulin resistance and can significantly improve ovulation. Therefore, lifestyle modification is first-line therapy for women who are overweight.37 A calorie-restricted diet is recommended for all patients with PCOS who are overweight. Weight loss has been shown to have a positive effect on fertility and metabolic profile.19,30 The Endocrine Society recommends clomiphene or letrozole (Femara) for ovulation induction. Recent studies suggest that letrozole is associated with higher live-birth rates and ovulation rates compared with clomiphene in patients with PCOS.29 The impact of metformin on fertility is controversial; although it was once believed to improve infertility, a 2012 Cochrane review concluded that it does not.38
PCOS is a life-long condition and although the exact cause is yet to be identified, it is believed to have epigenetic origins, influenced by the uterine environment and behavioural factors [19]. Being overweight exacerbates all aspects of PCOS due to underlying metabolic disturbances [3]. Signs and symptoms are mediated by hormonal disorder including elevated androgens and fasting insulin, and abnormal relative ratio of the gonadotropins luteinising hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) [19]. Endocrine imbalances occur within the framework of disordered ovarian folliculogenesis, chronic anovulation, clinical signs of hyperandrogenism and metabolic syndrome [19].
One laboratory study and two clinical investigations provided evidence for the two herb combination, Glycyrrhiza uralensis and Paeonia lactiflora[53, 58, 59] (Table 1). An animal study found significant reductions in free and total testosterone following exposure to the combination [53] (Table 1). These findings were supported in two open label clinical trials including women with PCOS (n = 34) [59] and women with hyperandrogenism (n = 8) [58]. Both trials examined the effects on androgens for the aqueous extract TJ-68 (equal parts Glycyrrhiza uralensis and Paeonia lactiflora), 75 grams per day for 24 weeks and 5–10 grams per day for 2–8 weeks respectively. In the trial including women with PCOS, mean serum testosterone was significantly reduced from 137.1 ng/dL (±27.6) to 85.3 ng/dL (±38), p < 0.001 at four weeks of treatment [59]. Similar effects were observed in the women with oligomenorrhoea and hyperandrogenism which showed serum testosterone reduced from 50-160 ng/dL prior to treatment to less than 50 ng/dL [58]. However statistical significance was not reached due to the small sample size despite positive outcomes in seven out of eight participants (Table 1).

Agreed, sounds like a bunch of insecure teenagers trying to tear people down for things they can't help so they can feel better about their own misshapen bodies. Luna is shitty enough of her own accord; no need to get all up in arms over things that she has no control over when she doesn't even pretend to be a flawless aphrodite like many of the cows here. It's just self-serving tryhardery at that point.
Clomid Active ingredient: clomiphene $0.44 for pill Clomid is a fertility drug, used to stimulate FSH and LH production and hereby the ovaries to produce eggs in ovarian disorders. Metformin Active ingredient: metformin $0.26 for pill Metformin is a biguanide anti-diabetic that works by decreasing the amount of sugar that the liver produces and the intestines absorb.
hi dok posible po bang may PCOS aq dahil ang regla q po ay irregular qng hindi po 2months minsan 3months qng mag karoon aq nong dalaga naman po aq regular regla q pero ng nag kaanak aq nong 2010 hanggang ngaun po nag irregular na po regla q posible po ba un sa dahilan kaya d aq uli mag kaanak and ask qna din po f pwd mag take ng pills trust kahit d pa po aq nag pa consult sa OB GYNE tnx po

Insulin resistance is a condition in which the body’s cells do not respond to the effects of insulin. When the body does not respond to insulin, the level of glucose in the blood increases. This may cause more insulin to be produced as the body tries to move glucose into cells. Insulin resistance can lead to diabetes mellitus. It also is associated with acanthosis nigricans.
I think it's more than likely she tries to avoid her dad thinking she's in a bad situation, financially or otherwise - because then he'd do something evil like try get her help or buy her food instead of lipsticks. I think she pretends everything's fine to him, but that all her money goes on rent, so he treats her to shopping trips and pampering every time she visits, believing the rest of the time she's actually using her time productively and making rent payments, meanwhile she's playing the "I'm so poor please help" card with everyone else. She's playing everyone of each other.
Medicamentos antiandrógenos. Estos medicamentos bloquean el efecto de los andrógenos y ayudan a reducir la caída del cabello, el crecimiento del vello facial y corporal y el acné. No están aprobados por la Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos (FDA, por sus siglas en inglés) para el tratamiento de los síntomas del SOP. Estos medicamentos también pueden generar problemas durante el embarazo.
Our second search for clinical trials was performed without language restriction and included randomised controlled trials, non-randomised, open label and single arm clinical trials. We included clinical studies investigating commercially available herbal extracts and investigations that compared the effectiveness of herbal medicine with pharmaceuticals. We excluded clinical studies investigating herbal medicines with unrelated outcomes (including pre-menstrual syndrome, endometriosis and mastalgia) and clinical studies examining the effectiveness of complex herbal formulas for PCOS and associated oligo/amenorrhoea and hyperandrogenism, without demonstration of a mechanism of effect for the whole complex formula. We compared data from laboratory and animal studies with the outcomes of clinical trials. Clinical studies were assessed for risks of bias at study and outcome levels with risks summarised, tabulated (Tables 1 and ​and2)2) and presented in contextual narrative.
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When a woman isn’t ovulating regularly, the lining of her uterus (the endometrium) isn’t being exposed to the normal patterns of estrogen and progesterone. With no progesterone exposure, the lining won’t shed completely (when it sheds, that’s what women see as their period). “If this goes on, a woman can develop endometrial hyperplasia and even endometrial cancer,” she adds. (Endometrial hyperplasia is when the lining of the uterus is abnormally thick, most likely due to estrogen without progesterone exposure, and it can lead to uterine cancer.) (3)

Our leading System is designed to guide you as you transform your overall health and heal your PCOS symptoms. With our proprietary 5-Element System, you CAN reverse your symptoms, including: period problems, weight gain, infertility, acne, insulin resistance and blood sugar issues, thinning hair, facial and body hair growth, fatigue, diminished sex drive, acne and skin tags, and mood swings no matter what your age.

“When we compared participants with women in the general population, we found significantly higher scores on all of the symptoms evaluated and on corresponding psychological distress measures, particularly for anxiety, depression, somatization (the conversion of psychological distress to physical symptoms), and interpersonal sensitivity,” says lead author Judy McCook, PhD, RN, professor of nursing at East Tennessee State University.
Consulte a su proveedor de atención médica si tiene periodos mensuales irregulares, dificultades para quedar embarazada o exceso de acné o de crecimiento de vello. Si le dicen que tiene SOP, los cambios de estilo de vida como la pérdida de peso (si tiene sobrepeso) y el aumento de actividad física pueden reducir la resistencia a la insulina, lo cual puede ayudar a controlar el SOP.

I worded that badly. What I mean is that opiates themselves don't relieve pain, but alter the perception of pain. It's possible to alter that perception of pain in other ways, which is why substances like SSRIs cause significant pain relief for some people with some conditions. Ditto with anticonvulsants. Opioids aren't the only drugs that affect norepinephrine and mU receptors, they just happen to be the best at it. If the pleasurable effects of opioids were blocked, there's still therapeutic potential in the "inert" components, like THC vs. CBD.

Another animal study examined the effects of Glycyrrhiza uralensis on the morphological features of polycystic ovaries using immunohistochemistry [50] (Table 1). This study demonstrated significantly increased ovulation rates by the number of corpus luteum in polycystic ovaries compared with controls. The authors propose that the mechanism of effect for Glycyrrhiza uralensis was competitive inhibition of oestrogen at oestrogen receptor sites, limiting the production of nerve growth factor (NGF), its neurotropic effects and inhibition of sympathetic neurological involvement in the pathogenesis of polycystic ovaries.
Many health experts believe that numerous variables, including genetics, might be a factor in the development of PCOS. For example, you might find your sister, mother, aunt or grandmother has PCOS. It is clear that hormone imbalance is a primary influencing factor in PCOS as well as a condition called insulin resistance. Insulin is a potent hormone which is released by the pancreas as a result of food intake, in particular carbs. Insulin conveys sugar out from the blood and moves it into other cells such as muscle, liver and even fat cells. The sugar is then changed into energy or in some cases stored as fat. Sometimes this process is defective which is called insulin resistance.
It's good to know I'm not alone with having pcos. I found out when I was 18 years old. When I was gr...owing up and in puberty I never had my period. I remember girls around me complaining about there's in high school. But mine never came. I went to a obgyn when I was 16 she gave me meds to get it started, it only worked when I took the med every 3 months. They also did an ultrasound and found multiple cysts on my ovaries, but she did not know what it was. So I never went back to that doctor she was not very bright. But when I was 18 I was reading a magazine about a girl that has pcos and the symptoms and everything, and it sounded like me. So i went to My mom's obgyn and talked to him about what I read and my history of not getting my period on my own, he did an exam, ran some blood tests, and did other ultrasound. Come to find out I have pcos and was put on birth control and metformin. Which I'm still taking and it's been 11 years since I found out I have pcos. See More
2. amenorrhoea n = 30. Oligomenorrhoea group: Treatment n = 17. Placebo n = 20. Amenorrhoea group. Treatment n = 16. Placebo n = 14. For oligomenorrhoea: Shortened menstrual cycle of at least 4 days. Earlier ovulation of at least 3 days. For anovulatory oligomenorrhoea: Mid luteal progesterone increase (>50% 5–10 days before menstruation. Secondary clinical outcomes, pregnancy rates and take home baby rates. At 6 months following conclusion of treatment, the take home baby rate with treatment was 18.7% compared to 6.4% in placebo group. Not statistically significant.
A long-term study suggested that metformin continued to improve the metabolic profile of women with PCOS over a 36-month treatment course, particularly improving circulating high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), diastolic blood pressure, and body mass index (BMI). [61] However, data are insufficient as yet to recommend metformin to all women with PCOS.

The goal of further evaluation of suspected PCOS is twofold: to exclude other treatable conditions that can mimic PCOS and to detect and treat long-term metabolic complications. Anovulation is common after menarche, so it is reasonable to delay workup for PCOS in adolescents until they have been oligomenorrheic for at least two years.28 If an adolescent is evaluated for PCOS, it has been suggested that she meet all three of the Rotterdam criteria before being diagnosed with the condition28  (Table 119).

I smoke indoors and as long as you keep the window open and vacuum slightly more often there's no noticeable grime. You should clean your walls with cold water once a year or so to stop build-up of random crap regardless of whether you smoke. Tuna's grime has built up over years of neglect, smoking probably hasn't helped but it's mainly because she's nasty.
On June 8, 2011, the FDA notified health care professionals of its recommendations for limiting the use of the highest approved dose (80 mg) of the cholesterol-lowering medication simvastatin (Zocor) because of increased risk of muscle damage. The FDA required changes to the simvastatin label to add new contraindications (should not be used with certain medications) and dose limitations for using simvastatin with certain medications. [64]
Cushing's syndrome, sometimes referred to as hypercortisolism, is a hormonal disorder caused by prolonged exposure to high levels of the hormone cortisol. Symptoms may include obesity, thinning arms and legs, a rounded face, and increased fat around the neck. Some causes of Cushing's syndrome is from taking glucocorticoid hormones such as prednisone for inflammatory diseases. Treatment for Cushing's syndrome depends on the cause.
i understand that it's kind of the name of the game on this website but it just gets repetitive and boring after a while hearing people say the same things over and over again about her looks when 1) she really couldn't change it unless she had a ton of money (but we all know that'd just go to drugs) 2) like >>403879 and >>403866 said, she knows she's unattractive so there's no point in pointing out her bad physical qualities when everyone, including herself, gets it. and 3) most of the things that are being pointed out and mocked are normal and a lot of the people who post on this thread probably have the same things (like stretch marks. even if you aren't fat you can get those lol)
Royal jelly ay ang pagkain na ay fed sa queen bee sa isang bahay-pukyutan. Ito ay naglalaman ng isang rich konsentrasyon ng nutrients, bitamina, at mineral na makakatulong sa abeha-reyna upang maging malusog at magagawang upang maglatag ng higit sa 2000 mga itlog sa bawat araw. Sinasabing upang suportahan ang ovarian function. Mga eksperimento ay pinapakita na hari o reyna halaya exerts estrogen epekto at tumutulong upang pangalagaan ang mga abnormalidad sa panregla cycle. Ang paggamit ng mga herbal supplement ay maaaring makatulong sa iyong mga ovaries sa paggampan ng kanilang mga pag-andar makita nang husto (12).
i understand that it's kind of the name of the game on this website but it just gets repetitive and boring after a while hearing people say the same things over and over again about her looks when 1) she really couldn't change it unless she had a ton of money (but we all know that'd just go to drugs) 2) like >>403879 and >>403866 said, she knows she's unattractive so there's no point in pointing out her bad physical qualities when everyone, including herself, gets it. and 3) most of the things that are being pointed out and mocked are normal and a lot of the people who post on this thread probably have the same things (like stretch marks. even if you aren't fat you can get those lol)
Lifestyle interventions are usually required for long term sustainable results. PCOS women who smoke have higher free androgen levels and IR as measured by HOMA-IR, QUICKI and the insulin sensitivity index following 75 g OGTT[104]. Thus PCOS women who smoke have an additional reason to stop smoking. In more general population studies (non-PCOS) comprised mostly of middle-aged women, lifestyle intervention is more effective than metformin in preventing the progression to DM. Dietary and exercise intervention decreased the 4 year progression to DM in patients at risk (non-diabetic, elevated fasting and/or OGTT glucose) by almost 50%[105]. Realizing the limitations of applying this population sample to young PCOS women, it still highlights the benefit of non-pharmacological treatment. PCOS women randomized to both metformin and lifestyle interventions (compared to placebo) showed improvements in HOMAIR after 4 mo[106]. In European adolescents with PCOS who failed to achieve improvements in HOMA-IR after 6 mo of lifestyle intervention, both metformin and placebo reduced IR over 6 mo, although metformin offered no benefit over placebo[107]. Lifestyle modification in adolescents has been successful in reducing hyperandrogenism[103]. Modest weight loss of about 5% bodyweight has also been shown to lower hyperandrogenism[108] which may ultimately improve IR.
On rare instances, if I'm in a dire hurry (of the 'ward rounds start in five minutes, I haven't had a single bite to eat since yesterday 1600 and my blood sugar is tanking like Luna's mu opioid receptors' kind), and the person in front of me is taking utter eternities to count out $3.50 for a shitty sandwich or whatever the fuck they bought, I sometimes just pay for my shit and theirs so that I can go to work and listen to the Munchie crop of the day. So I've known a few people who try to game people in a hurry by doing this counting out cash trick on them. At the same time I have been pretty dubious of Luna's stories and I think that almost all the time, it's a cover for stealing.
Now, you can have temporal lobe epilepsy with only absence seizures, which are hard to distinguish from nodding off, besides, sea creature is out of it half the time so wouldn't notice anyway. Plus, the shitload of benzos she's taking might actually inhibit seizures. She might have had seizures she only registered as emotional changes, and started to self medicate with benzos,
The cysts (fluid filled sacs) in the ovaries can be identified with imaging technology. (However, as noted above, women without PCOS can have many cysts as well.) Ultrasound , which passes sound waves through the body to create a picture of the kidneys, is used most often to look for cysts in the ovaries. Ultrasound imaging employs no injected dyes or radiation and is safe for all patients including pregnant women. It can also detect cysts in the kidneys of a fetus. Because women without PCOS can have ovarian cysts , and because ovarian cysts are not part of the definition of PCOS, ultrasound is not routinely ordered to diagnose PCOS. The diagnosis is usually a clinical one based on the patient's history, physical examination, and laboratory testing.
That pic in the last thread with her collarbones made me laugh so much. Bitch has her arms bent at an awkward angle behind her back you can see where the neck squashes awkwardly on her shoulder because of the abnormal way shes twisting and sticking her neck out. Imagine being a fly on the wall at hers (one of the many) and seeing her take a selfie like that kek
34. Griesinger G, Schultz L, Bauer T, Broessner A, Frambach T, Kissler S. Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome prevention by gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist triggering of final oocyte maturation in a gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist protocol in combination with a "freeze-all" strategy: a prospective multicentric study. Fertil Steril. 2011;95(6):2029–33. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fertnstert.2011.01.163 [PubMed]

Hormonal aberrations in women with PCOS (e.g., elevated androgen levels) can cause menstrual irregularities (e.g., oligomenorrhea, amenorrhea, anovulatory cycles) that can lead to dysfunctional uterine bleeding and infertility.2 First-line agents for ovulation induction and treatment of infertility in patients with PCOS include metformin8,11,15,32,35,36 and clomiphene (Clomid),6,7 alone or in combination, as well as rosiglitazone.19,20,32

Azziz R; Woods KS; Reyna R; Key TJ; Knochenhauer ES; Yildiz BO. The prevalence and features of the polycystic ovary syndrome in an unselected population. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2004 Jun;89(6):2745-9. Rotterdam ESHRE/ASRM-Sponsored PCOS Consensus Workshop Group. Revised 2003 consensus on diagnostic criteria and long-term health risks related to polycystic ovary syndrome. Fertil Steril. 2004 Jan;81(1):19-25.
The prevalence of depression in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is high; a study has shown it to be four times that of women without PCOS. Therefore, systematic evaluation of the effectiveness and safety of antidepressants for women with PCOS is important. We found no evidence to support the use or non‐use of antidepressants in women with PCOS, with or without depression. Well‐designed and well‐conducted randomised controlled trials with double blinding should be conducted.