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the effect of metformin on PCOS patient
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The Effects of Metformin on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Sharon Rookwood NU 626 Mary Helming December 5, 2011 Quinnipiac University The Effects of Metformin onPolycystic Ovarian Syndrome Introduction The main theme of the paper is the identification of the effects of the use of Metformin in the treatment of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome in women.
This naturally impedes the normal ovarian function and also gives rise to a number of associated conditions in the physiology of such women. The presence of PCOS also induces the patients to develop diabetes mellitus. Metformin has been recognized as an effective medication for PCOS patients. The paper identifies the factors behind the emergence of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. It further goes on to reflect on the traditional treatment of the disease. Finally, modern approaches such as the use of Metformin are examined. There are a host of genetic, physiological and environmental factors behind the presence of PCOS in women. It has become a very common gynecological condition in most modern women. In the earlier days, physicians used the traditional method in the treatment of PCOS. This method consisted of suppressing the normal ovarian function of the patients with the help of a number of medicines. Oral contraceptives, progestins and GnRH agonists were prescribed to the patients to improve their physiological functioning. In recent times, the treatment of PCOS has veered towards the insulin sensitivity based treatment of the disease. ...
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