Miscarriage is the medical term for the spontaneous loss of pregnancy from conception to 20 weeks gestation. Risk factors for a woman having a miscarriage include cigarette smoking, older maternal age, radiation exposure, previous miscarriage, maternal weight, illicit drug use, use of NSAIDs, and trauma or anatomical abnormalities to the uterus. There are five classified types of miscarriage: 1) threatened abortion; 2) incomplete abortion; 3) complete abortion; 4) missed abortion; and (5 septic abortion. While there are no specific treatments to stop a miscarriage, a woman's doctor may advise avoiding certain activities, bed rest, etc. If a woman believes she has had a miscarriage, she needs to seek prompt medical attention.
hi dok. kagagaling ko lang po sa OB ko knina at first time ko po mag pa check up at nalaman ko nga po na my PCOS po ako, my posibilidad po pala na mbuntis po ako, june po darating asawa ko, my posibilidad na po kaya na makabuo po kame bago po sya bumalik sa work nia ? niresetahan po ako ng metformin at tska po ung kulay yellow na parang fish oil.. my mas better pa po ba na gamot bukod po dun ?
GlucX is a combination of natural fibers designed to help regulate the absorption of glucose into the bloodstream while helping to maintain healthy cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure, and insulin levels.* Because high insulin levels promote PCOS, this product is essential to reducing insulin spiking.* Additionally, research demonstrates the benefits of high fiber intake on weight management and cardiovascular support.* GlucX contains fenugreek, a botanical, that decreases the absorption of carbohydrates into the bloodstream as well as prevents insulin spikes that occur with carbohydrate intake.* Fenugreek also has specific benefits for blood sugar balancing.
Fasting methods to measure IR have been advocated for many years as an adjunct to DM screening. Elevated fasting insulin levels greater than 20 μU/mL may alone indicate IR. Fasting glucose/insulin ratio (G/I) has also gained some clinical traction. A ratio < 4.5 has in general been shown to be > 90% sensitive in some populations but has never been validated with clamp studies. Some ethnic variation in G/I cutoff ratios may exist. There has been some suggestion that G/I < 7 in very young girls may predict IR[50,51].
One of the biggest challenges in reviewing the evidence for PCOS treatment is that many manifestations of the condition may be components of other disease processes. For example, there may be a study of medications that are useful for hirsutism, but the patient population in the study did not explicitly have PCOS. Thus, recommendations specific for treating symptoms of PCOS may be lacking. When reviewing a study of the treatment of insulin resistance in a general population, it cannot be assumed that the outcomes would mirror those in women with PCOS.
Dok. Magandang tanghali po. May PCOS din po ako. 19 years old po ako nung nalaman kong may sakit akong Polycystic. Nagkaroon po ako ng kalive in nun dati aman po e okay yung regla ko tas nung nagsasama na kami nung bf ko hndi na ko nagkakameron akala namin buntis ako 1year akong hndi niregla nun. Hiwalay na kami ng ka live in ko ngayon . Niresetahan ako ng doktor ko ng Provera 5 days kong iinumin tas magtake din daw ako ng althea pills pag nagkaregla na. Okay aman sya nagkakaregla naman na ako. Kaso lang pahinto hinto yung pag inom ko kasi mejjo mahal yung pills . At dahil nga pahinto hinto yung pag inom ko ng pills hndi na din ako nagkakamens . Kaya nagtatake ulit ako ng provera.
Other medications with anti-androgen effects include flutamide, and spironolactone, which can give some improvement in hirsutism. Metformin can reduce hirsutism, perhaps by reducing insulin resistance, and is often used if there are other features such as insulin resistance, diabetes, or obesity that should also benefit from metformin. Eflornithine (Vaniqa) is a medication that is applied to the skin in cream form, and acts directly on the hair follicles to inhibit hair growth. It is usually applied to the face. 5-alpha reductase inhibitors (such as finasteride and dutasteride) may also be used; they work by blocking the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (the latter of which responsible for most hair growth alterations and androgenic acne).
What you're talking about actually exists - it's called loperamide or Imodium, a widespread drug that exerts an effect only on the mu opioid receptors in the myenteric plexus. It cannot cross the blood-brain barrier. On the other hand, if you want an analgesic, you will have to cross the blood-brain barrier. With cannabinoles, you have different affinities and activities acting on different systems, while for an opioid analgesic the same process that gives the addictive rush. From a purely neurochemical perspective, the difference is that for cannabinoids, the addictive-euphoric and the pain-relieving effects take place on different receptors and it's possible to isolate cannabinoids that have no or little psychoactive effects while for opioids, the effect that gives pain relief is exactly the same as that responsible for addiction. Some opioids have a relatively slow absorption or they can be packaged as an extended release pill that keeps it from hitting the opioid receptors hard and fast. This will prevent it from having the addictive rush that causes compulsive redosing and addiction. But any systemically administered opioid that kills pain will also be at least a little addictive and euphoric. Hope that helps.
Like I already said, I'd go 5-6 months without periods. I didn't face the problem of heavy bleeding. But hair growth... Gods! Hair growth! The density of hair growth on my legs made me look like a grizzly bear. My skin became more acne prone and I was definitely overweight. I weighed 64 kilos at the time of my diagnosis. My height is just 5 ft 1 inch. So you can very well imagine how overweight I was.
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In a patient not seeking pregnancy, the Endocrine Society recommends hormonal contraception (i.e., oral contraceptive, dermal patch, or vaginal ring) as the initial medication for treatment of irregular menses and hyperandrogenism manifesting as acne or hirsutism.19,30 Small studies have shown that metformin can restore regular menses in up to 50% to 70% of women with PCOS,39,40 but oral contraceptives have been shown to be superior to metformin for regulating menses and lowering androgen levels.30 There are no studies demonstrating superiority of one oral contraceptive over another in treating PCOS. Prevention of endometrial hyperplasia from chronic anovulation may be accomplished either by progesterone derivatives, progestin-containing oral contraceptives, or the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system (Mirena).31,41 Patient comfort and preference should also be taken into account when treating irregular menses.
Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale): This herb is an effective liver detoxifier and bile flow stimulant. It is used to cleanse the liver and get rid of any build-up of hormones. This clean up can stimulate the production of SHGB which also means free testosterone in the blood is decreased.7 Dandelion root is used for PCOS treatment because menstrual irregularities are often affected by the liver being backed up with excessive hormones.
A surgery called ovarian drilling might make your ovaries work better when ovulation medications don't, but it's being done less often than it used to. The doctor makes a small cut in your belly and uses a tool called a laparoscope with a needle to poke your ovary and wreck a small part of it. The procedure changes your hormone levels and may make it easier for you to ovulate.
Two laboratory based RCT’s examined the effects of Tribulus Terrestris in rats with polycystic ovaries induced with oestradiol valerate [46, 47] (Table 1). Both studies demonstrate significantly improved ovulation rates for animals treated with two doses of Tribulus terrestris extracts compared to controls. Although the endocrinological effects were not described in either study, laboratory findings of ovulation induction are supported by the clinical findings of elevated FSH following treatment with Tribulus terrestris (Table 2).
This thread fucks me up. I feel so much pity and sadness for this poor girl. Sort of hits close to home, when I turned 18 I moved in with a boy and got really sick and hooked on drugs for 2 years. I left him and got better, never did I ever get as bad as Luna but it could have happened had I been complacent like she is. I hope she finds the courage to leave. I think there's still beauty and potential underneath all the grime and illness, I even like her art sometimes and wish she'd spend more time on her paintings instead of on drugs. Lurch should be in prison for destroying this poor girl before she even had a chance. Sage for blog post.(USER HAS BEEN PUT OUT TO PASTURE)
Acne and extra hair on your face and body can happen if your body is making too much testosterone. All women make testosterone, but if you have PCOS, your ovaries make a little bit more testosterone than they are supposed to. Skin cells and hair follicles can be extremely sensitive to the small increases in testosterone found in young women with PCOS.
I don't mean to break any hearts, but if something happens to Lurch, the chances of Tuna fixing herself are still near zero. She's addicted to the life, they fight plenty and she has made mention before of hooking customers up, etc. It's very rare for a junkie couple to have one person lifting all the weight. On the off chance he does go away, she'll latch on to someone else and get back into the same role (holding / palming / whatever)
There have been many studies on PCOS in the past several years; however, most are fairly small. Also, many studies examine medication effects on surrogate markers (e.g., androgen levels) rather than clinical outcomes (e.g., hirsutism). The study results are often conflicting, and in a recent systematic review, only 33 of 115 possible studies met basic inclusion criteria (e.g., randomized controlled trials), suggesting that many of the data in the literature may have methodologic flaws.1
Results of a second study by the same research team offer doctors a clear strategy to help you lose weight.5 According to this study at Penn State Health in Philadelphia, patients who worked with their physician to follow a limited fat, low calorie diet (~1200 calories) by relying on low-calorie prepared meals (eg, SmartOnes, Lean Cuisine or Healthy Choice) and an appetite suppressant with meals and making lifestyle changes plus added fruits and vegetables.4
That makes a lot of sense. It's kind of a shame, though; although he does keep a roof over her head, which is much more than she could hope for (though she'll probably end up homeless at some point anyway), imo she would have kept her tumblr following and suckers who'd donate much longer had she dated somebody who matched her aesthetic and who she could take ~cool~ photo ops with rather than a dirty older man who serves to illustrate how miserable and unglamorous the lifestyle really is. Her relationship with Lurch has caused her to become almost a PSA about what junkie life is like beneath all the staging so many of them do on social media.
In addition to assessing signs and symptoms of PCOS, medical providers take a medical history, perform a physical exam, and check blood hormone levels (including testosterone). They may also perform an ovarian ultrasound. Other tests looking for complication of PCOS may also be done, such as glucose tolerance test or a mental health screening survey.
Chicken and egg: was Luna an asshole who started drugs and became even more of an asshole, or did she start drugs that turned into an asshole? A lot of what's wrong with her has little to do with her addiction - e.g. her desperate attempts at focusing everything into a mad scramble for sympathy (some bum died, so she wrote a story that made it look as if he had been her closest friend so people tell her they're sorry etc.) derive from her being an asshole, not from her addiction. Anyone who consciously wants to become a junkie for an aesthetic is already way deeply fucked imho.
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 seems to be inherited. Female relatives or children of patients with PCOS are at increased risk for having PCOS. Environmental risk factors, including low birth weight, rapid weight gain in infancy, early pubic hair and puberty development, childhood obesity, excess adult weight, and unhealthy lifestyle, are also important and may interact with genes to lead to PCOS (called epigenetics).
PCOS is the most common endocrinopathy among reproductive-aged women in the United States, affecting approximately 7% of female patients.1 Although its exact etiology is unclear, PCOS is currently thought to emerge from a complex interaction of genetic and environmental traits. Evidence from one twin-family study indicates that there is a strong correlation between familial factors and the presence of PCOS.2
Oldfag from up top. Just saying yes, thank you and agreed. On all my medical paperwork it says that I have benzodiazepine dependency. I am physically dependent but I also function–I can work, I can manage my life. The thing that upsets me is that these days, I would never have been given benzos as the first med for my illness, I would have been given something that's less physically addictive and potentially dangerous. In the long term I believe benzos aren't good for you at all, and I'm certainly long term.
Myo-Inositol es un compuesto que debe transformarse en el cuerpo en D-Chiro-Inositol. Sin embargo en las mujeres con el Síndrome de Ovario Poliquístico esta transformación no es completa y por eso surge el déficit en D-Chiro-Inositol. El aporte que hace PCOS® de D-Chiro-Inositol compensa ese déficit de los cuerpos que sufren Síndrome de Ovario Poliquístico.
The differential diagnosis of PCOS is broad and includes both endocrinologic and malignant etiologies. Figure 119 provides an algorithm for the workup of select presentations. For any woman with suspected PCOS, the Endocrine Society recommends excluding pregnancy, thyroid dysfunction, hyperprolactinemia, and nonclassical congenital adrenal hyperplasia.19 Depending on presentation, conditions such as hypothalamic amenorrhea and primary ovarian insufficiency should also be excluded. In women with rapid symptom onset or significant virilization, such as deepening voice or clitoromegaly, an androgen-secreting tumor should be ruled out. Finally, Cushing syndrome or acromegaly should be excluded in patients with physical findings that suggest either condition.19 There is no need to order laboratory testing for these conditions if the patient does not have suggestive physical findings.
We used the following definitions. PCOS according to the Rotterdam diagnostic criteria, specified by the presence of two out of three features; oligo/amenorrhoea, hyperandrogenism and polycystic ovaries on ultrasound [29, 30]. Associated endocrine features for PCOS included elevated LH , which is strongly associated with infertility (p = 0.0003)  and miscarriage  and elevated fasting glucose which is prevalent in approximately 31% of women with PCOS including normal weight women .
The first step in diagnosing PCOS is to have a complete history and physical examination performed by a trained health care provider. A careful history and physical examination can detect whether androgen excess is causing male-pattern hair growth (hirsutism), acne or hair loss and whether ovulation is occurring normally. Physical examination also can detect high blood pressure and increased abdominal obesity as risk factors for diabetes and cardiovascular disease in individuals who are overweight.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is classified as a disorder which encompasses a group of symptoms that collectively indicate a distinct health issue. This means that the symptoms associated with PCOS will vary from woman to woman. Your PCOS experience is probably very different from another woman with this condition but that does not mean you are alone! PCOS is a condition which can affect between 5 – 10% of all women and is the most common cause of infertility.8 You may be wondering how you ended up in this group of women but unfortunately the precise reason polycystic ovarian syndrome develops isn’t completely clear. 8 Having said that, many experts believe insulin as well as hormone imbalances have a strong influence on PCOS and the severity of its symptoms.
Studies have attempted for years to show an advantage to metformin for ovulation induction and as an adjunct to more advanced fertility treatments. In ovulatory PCOS women metformin was associated with improved serum and follicular fluid AMH levels as well as insulin values; these changes were not seen in anovulatory PCOS women. Despite the demonstration of negative effects of IR on reproductive outcome, the vast majority of evidence does not show improvement in live birth rates when metformin is used strictly for fertility, although treatment does improve ovulatory status[72,73].
I've never believed that she could get together $1700 on rent ALONE. I don't know much about U.S benefits but in the UK for an under 25 year old unemployment check is just about £60 a week. Even disability allowance wouldnt support the cost of a house like that and their drug habit. Seems impossible that they'd be paying for the house without help from Roger or family members
Women with PCOS have a normal uterus and healthy eggs. Many women with PCOS have trouble getting pregnant, but some women have no trouble at all. If you’re concerned about your fertility (ability to get pregnant) in the future, talk to your health care provider about all the new options available, including medications to lower your insulin levels or to help you ovulate each month.
Gud pm po ask q lng po nung nanganak po kc aq nbinat aq sumakit po ang kaliwang tagiliran q nung ngpachekup po aq ang sv my ovarian cyst dw po aq peru wla aman po aq ibng naramdaman kundi mskt pag malamig lng at pag mlapit na mens q pumipitik po ‘ang sv ng ob .dudurugen lng dw po peru wla naman xa nreseta skn .mula po nun lage nq nakukunan bago 2muntong ng 2 muntz . Anu po kya ang pwd q gawen at inumen .pag mlameg po msaket sv aman po ng ibng doktor ugat lng dw po na namaga s bndang ovary need dw po ilaser …anu po maipapayo nyo tnx
Patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) who have impaired glucose tolerance should start a comprehensive program of diet and exercise to reduce their risk of developing diabetes mellitus. Encourage moderate physical activity, provided the patient has no contraindications. Discourage smoking because of the increased risk of cardiovascular disease. In addition, obese women with PCOS can benefit from a low-calorie diet for weight reduction.
El SOP es la causa más común de infertilidad en la mujer y afecta del 6 al 12 % (hasta 5 millones) de mujeres en edad reproductiva en los Estados Unidos. Pero es mucho más que eso. Las mujeres con este síndrome con frecuencia tienen resistencia a la insulina (información disponible solo en inglés), es decir que no responden eficazmente a la insulina, por lo que sus cuerpos continúan produciendo más. Se piensa que el exceso de insulina hace aumentar los niveles de andrógenos (hormonas masculinas que también tienen las mujeres) producidos por los ovarios (órganos que producen los óvulos), lo cual puede hacer que no se liberen los óvulos (ovulación) y puede causar menstruaciones irregulares, acné, debilitamiento del cabello y crecimiento excesivo de vello en la cara y el cuerpo.
There's no way she can hide it when she's at his house 2 days out of 7. Her Dad also pays for her phone and utilities, she definitely doesn't try to appear okay to her father. She rang him when she OD'd, he's fully aware all her money goes on heroin. He takes her to thrift stores so she'll have something clean to wear in between her weekly laundry runs.
Diagnosis of PCOS may be difficult because the signs and symptoms can be subtle and varied. The most common manifestations include hirsutism, infertility, insulin resistance, and menstrual irregularities.2 Physicians can diagnose PCOS when other causes of the symptoms or laboratory abnormalities are excluded; when oligo-ovulation or anovulation, usually manifested as oligomenorrhea or amenorrhea, is present; and when there is clinically confirmed hyperandrogenism (e.g., hirsutism, acne). Although the ovaries may be polycystic, this is usually not necessary for diagnosis. There is debate over which criteria should be used (e.g., 1990 National Institutes of Health criteria,3 2003 Rotterdam consensus workshop criteria4). Guidelines suggest screening women with PCOS for other disorders, such as hyperlipidemia, and treating accordingly.5
Obesity is associated with PCOS. Obesity not only compounds the problem of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes (see below), but also imparts cardiovascular risks. PCOS and obesity are associated with a higher risk of developing metabolic syndrome , a group of symptoms, including high blood pressure, that increase the chances of developing cardiovascular disease. It has also been shown that levels of C-reactive protein (CRP), a biochemical marker that can predict the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, are elevated in women with PCOS. Reducing the medical risks from PCOS-associated obesity is important.
Excess insulin. Insulin is the hormone produced in the pancreas that allows cells to use sugar, your body's primary energy supply. If your cells become resistant to the action of insulin, then your blood sugar levels can rise and your body might produce more insulin. Excess insulin might increase androgen production, causing difficulty with ovulation.