A study supervised by Columbia University School of Nursing professor Nancy Reame, MSN, PhD, FAAN, and published in the Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, identifies the PCOS complications that may be most responsible for psychiatric problems. While weight gain and unwanted body hair can be distressing, irregular menstrual cycles is the symptom of PCOS most strongly associated with psychiatric problems, the study found.

Metformin, an antidiabetic drug, improves insulin resistance and decreases hyperinsulinemia in patients with PCOS. [68] This drug also has a small but beneficial effect on metabolic syndrome, as well as potentially causing a modest reduction in androgen levels (11%). [4] Note that women with a body mass index (BMI) greater than 37 kg/m2 may not have a good response to metformin. [4] An Italian study of 33 patients with PCOS demonstrated that metformin affected thyroid hormone by lowering thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) in hypothyroid patients with PCOS, regardless of whether these individuals received levothyroxine or were untreated. [69]

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a condition that affects a woman's hormonal levels. Women with PCOS produce higher than normal male hormones which cause them to skip their monthly periods and make it harder for them to get pregnant. PCOS also causes hair growth on the face and body, and baldness. So basically, women with PCOS have dense hair growth on those areas of their bodies where they're not supposed to have excess hair. But they start losing hair from their scalps, leading to baldness. PCOS can contribute to long-term health problems like diabetes and heart disorders.
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.
Insulin-sensitizing agents, including metformin,11,32 rosiglitazone,19,20,32 and pioglitazone (Actos),17 have been effective in improving fertility and ovulation in women with PCOS. There are contradictions in the literature regarding whether metformin, clomiphene, or a combination of the two agents is superior for improving pregnancy rates in women with PCOS. A 2003 Cochrane review suggested that metformin should be a first-line treatment for infertility in women with PCOS.39 A more recent study confirmed that six months of metformin therapy was more effective than six months of clomiphene therapy for improving fertility in anovulatory, nonobese women with PCOS.8 However, a large randomized trial of more than 600 women found that clomiphene is superior to metformin in achieving live birth in infertile women with PCOS, with no statistical benefit to the addition of metformin to clomiphene.40 Another study also showed no benefit from adding metformin to clomiphene.35 However, two meta-analyses suggested that the combination is better than clomiphene alone.41,42 A more recent study found that, although ovulation rates were better with metformin than with clomiphene, pregnancy rates were similar.43 Finally, two systematic reviews found conflicting results; one suggests metformin does not affect ovulation or pregnancy rates,1 and the other suggests it does.44
No universal definition of insulin resistance exists and therefore no standard clinical technique to measure insulin resistance exists. Insulin resistance can be thought of as a metabolic state where normal glucose homeostasis mechanisms fail to operate properly. Translating theory to clinical practice has been a source of frustration for many practitioners. The American Diabetes Association has characterized IR as a state of impaired metabolic response to insulin[43]. IR is characterized by an inability of normal amounts of insulin to achieve the normal predicted response, often in the clinical setting of central adiposity. To achieve euglycemia, the pancreas over secretes insulin[44]. Investigators define IR based on hyperinsulinemic-euglycemic clamp techniques as a state of impaired glucose disposal in response to insulin[22]. Despite no consensus, clamp techniques have become the reference for understanding IR.
Dahil lamang ikaw ay ilagay sa ilang timbang dahil sa ang simula ng PCOS, ay hindi nangangahulugan na dapat mong itapon ang lahat ng mga mapagkukunan ng mataba pagkain mula sa iyong pagkain! Ang katotohanan ay na walang ang paggamit ng malusog na taba sa iyong katawan ay hindi maaaring makabuo ng hormones sa ninanais na halaga. Maaari mong isama butter o olive oil sa iyong pagkain.
Surgery. Surgery is also an option, usually only if the other options do not work. The outer shell (called the cortex) of ovaries is thickened in women with PCOS and thought to play a role in preventing spontaneous ovulation. Ovarian drilling is a surgery in which the doctor makes a few holes in the surface of your ovary using lasers or a fine needle heated with electricity. Surgery usually restores ovulation, but only for 6 to 8 months.