Human speak: Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common female reproductive disorders; affecting approximately 10% or more of women worldwide. PCOS is a big deal because it can lead to infertility and other health problems. The common symptoms associated with PCOS are irregular or no periods and anovulation (meaning you don’t ovulate, or ovulate rarely), increases in androgen hormones (like testosterone) and luteinizing hormone (which usually kicks off ovulation, but is persistently high in women with PCOS), and in some cases, insulin resistance and obesity. There is currently no “cure” for PCOS, just management of symptoms.
El primer paso es consultar con un médico que sepa sobre PCOS. Elija un médico especialista en problemas hormonales (endocrinólogo) o un médico especialista en la salud de las mujeres (ginecólogo o de cabecera). Recuerde que cuanto antes obtenga ayuda para tratar el síndrome, menor es el riesgo de tener problemas de salud relacionados con PCOS, como la diabetes.
Oficina de Salud de la Mujer (OWH por sus siglas en inglés) del Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos de los Estados Unidos (DHHS por sus siglas en inglés) (2010). Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) fact sheet. Obtenido el 24 de abril de 2012 de http://www.womenshealth.gov/publications/our-publications/fact-sheet/polycystic-ovary-syndrome.cfm#d [arriba]
PCOS ay nagpapahiwatig sub-optimal gumagana ng reproductive organo. Kathang isip ng isang bata ay itinuturing na mahirap na sa ilalim ng gayong mga kalagayan. At kahit na kung ang babae ay maglihi, mga pagkakataon ng mga komplikasyon ng pagbubuntis at paghahatid ay mataas. Pagkalaglag, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, at preterm kapanganakan ay napaka-pangkaraniwan. Wastong pag-aalaga at tamang gamot ay maaaring makatulong sa pagbubuntis upang maging isang makinis na paglalakbay. Kumonsulta sa iyong doktor kung ikaw ay nagpaplanong magbuntis at sundin ang kanyang / ang kanyang mga rekomendasyon mabuti.
Another study, a double-blind trial by Legro et al, found that letrozole is more effective than clomiphene in the treatment of infertility in PCOS. Based on treatment periods of up to five cycles, the study, which involved 750 anovulatory women with PCOS, found that the birth rates for letrozole and clomiphene were 27.5% and 19.1%, respectively. The rate of congenital abnormalities and the risk of pregnancy loss in the letrozole and clomiphene groups were found to be comparable, although the likelihood of twin births was lower with letrozole. [53, 54]
Insulin-sensitizing drugs. A particular medication, called metformin, is usually prescribed.20 Another medication, pioglitazone (Actos) may also be suggested for women with PCOS. These two medications are FDA-approved for diabetes treatment, but plenty of research shows they can be equally effective for women with PCOS, too. These insulin-sensitizing medications can help your body respond more readily to insulin, and better control your glucose levels. Both metformin and pioglitazone can reduce the insulin resistance and high insulin levels that commonly occur with PCOS, and in turn, can reduce high androgen levels.
Análisis de sangre. Los análisis de sangre sirven para realizar un conteo de los niveles de andrógeno, a veces conocido como "hormona masculina". El médico también buscará otros problemas de salud comunes relacionados con las hormonas que se pueden confundir con el SOP, como la enfermedad de la tiroides. El médico también puede controlar tus niveles de colesterol y hacerte pruebas para detectar o descartar diabetes.
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Combination oral contraceptives, especially those with progestins of norgestimate, desogestrel, or drospirenone (because of their low androgenic effects), are among the most commonly used medications for hirsutism in women with PCOS.2 However, they are not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for this use. One study found that women taking desogestrel/ethinyl estradiol (Apri) had lower hirsutism scores on a standardized scale (i.e., the Ferriman-Gallwey hirsutism score).34 Finasteride (Propecia) and flutamide (formerly Eulexin) are effective, but are FDA pregnancy categories X and D, respectively; the use of these agents for hirsutism is strictly off-label.2
Su médico le medirá el nivel de insulina y glucosa en busca de diabetes o resistencia a la insulina (uso ineficiente de insulina por el cuerpo). Muchas mujeres con síndrome de ovario poliquístico tienen estos trastornos. Su médico quizá también le mida el nivel de colesterol y triglicéridos, ya que con frecuencia, son anormales en mujeres con el síndrome. Una vez que su médico haga un diagnóstico, decidirán juntos la mejor manera de tratar y controlar el problema.
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.
Complementary medicine (CM) use by women has increased during the past ten years [7–11] with rates of use ranging between 26% and 91% [8, 9]. One of the popular types of CM is herbal medicine [11, 12]. Herbal medicines are known to contain pharmacologically active constituents with physiological effects on female endocrinology and have been positively associated with reduced incidences of breast cancer, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease [13–18].
“My doctor mentioned that one day I might have trouble getting pregnant, but didn’t offer any other information about the disorder,” Nirichi said. Other than the absence of her period, PCOS did not significantly impact her life until college, when she began experiencing shooting pains in her pelvis, mood swings, and rapid weight gain despite a rigorous exercise routine.
Metformin. Metformin is often used to treat type 2 diabetes and may help some women with PCOS symptoms. It is not approved by the FDA to treat PCOS symptoms. Metformin improves insulin's ability to lower your blood sugar and can lower both insulin and androgen levels. After a few months of use, metformin may help restart ovulation, but it usually has little effect on acne and extra hair on the face or body. Recent research shows that metformin may have other positive effects, including lowering body mass and improving cholesterol levels.