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How Metformin Helps Pcos
Many functions: Metformin continues to impress us as physicians with its ability to restore many endocrine functions gone awry. Some of its mechanisms we still dont know but for the most part and particularly in women with pcos and Insulin resistance component, metformin helps in decreasing Insulin resistance which in turn will lower total Insulin production and reduce ovarian production of testosterone. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Details Symptoms: PCOS- potential Insulin Resistance and about 25-35% become diabetics. Tendency to Cardiac complications, and high lipids. Metformin side effects: a) early,- nausea bloating vomiting, and loose Bowels. b) Learn to avoid CT scans with iodine contrast- at any timr c) stop 3 days prior to CT scan,or surgery ...Read more
Feeling sudden acidity pain.What should I do?
I am taking metformin with pantoprazol from this month for PCOS.
Hi, I take metformin for pcos, 1000mg 2x daily. When I have a b.M. I see the whole pill sometimes. I take it w/food. At the same time, is this normal?
GI side effects: Metformin very commonly causes gastrointestinal side effects such as indigestion, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. If your bm is loose or watery, it means your GI transit time is very fast in which case you are likely to see the whole pill. If you haven't tried yet, you could try extended- release form of metformin such as fortamet, which causes less GI side effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm taking metformin for pcos, let's be real I wanna get wasted this Fourth of July, I want more than 2 drinks, should I stop my medication for 2 days?
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