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What is the best way to treat anemia with polycystic ovarian syndrome?

What is the best way to treat anemia with polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Usually iron: The most common cause of anemia in patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome is blood loss causing iron defficiency. Many other causes of anemia are possible, so one should have their doctor work this up with a couple of inexpensive blood tests to be sure. Iron rich foods include red meat, but also spinach, beans and other vegetables. ...Read more

Dr. Dennis Higginbotham
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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (Definition)

See the link below: https://www.healthtap.com/#publications/2039180 It is what Dr. Khurram Rehman wrote, but has the detail of an article for those interested in ...Read more


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What is the best way to treat anemia and polycystic ovarian syndrome?

What is the best way to treat anemia and polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Anemia and PCOS: There are many causes of anemia, and the treatment is different for the different types. Pcos also is a complex disease and has different treatment. The best thing to do is see your doctor for an examination and receive proper treatment for all your ailments. ...Read more

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I have polycystic ovarian syndrome. And am inquiring as to what the best way to deal with this condition ?

I have polycystic ovarian syndrome. And am inquiring as to what the best way to deal with this condition ?

Weight loss: Pcos is the result of the increase in the amount of fat associated with hirsutism lack of cycle, the pt. Is at increased risk for diabetes and uterine cancer the best treatment is weight loss, however itill then the pt. Can be placed on birth control pills or Clomid (clomiphene) based on her wishes in getting pregnant or not. ...Read more

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Hello, I have had polycystic ovarian syndrome for nearly ova 5years, i would like to know the best treatment for polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Hello,  I have had polycystic ovarian syndrome for nearly ova 5years, i would like to know the best treatment for polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Several: There are several treatments and the treatment depends on several factors. It's best to talk things over with your gyn and let him/her give you the pros ; cons of treatment available. ...Read more

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What is the best diet and exercise for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

What is the best diet and exercise for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

A Balanced diet: A balanced diet with lots of nutrients, whole grains, veggies, fruits, and protein from all multiple sources. Limit amount of refined sugar. If you a teenager and are still growing, make sure you are getting enough calories. If not, make sure your calories match your exercise. If you are not already moving, start today and do what you can initially. ...Read more

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What is the best pill to take if you have polycystic ovarian syndrome or any other treatments?

PCOS treatment: The best pill to take is based on your symptoms and other factors. Since patients with pcos may have a variety of symptoms, it is best to talk to your doctor about each of the symptoms you are concerned about so that you can get the correct prescription. ...Read more

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What is the best fertility drug for polycystic ovarian syndrome? Note: I have been taking metformim 500mg x3 daily, without success. Thank you.

Clomid (clomiphene): Clomid (clomiphene) if the best initial medical therapy for women with pcos trying to conceive. See your doctor for evaluation and to check if you are a candidate for Clomid (clomiphene) therapy. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is the best tips for someone just diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome?

What is the best tips for someone just diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Pcos: Living with (pcos) can sometimes be a daunting task. Many side effects caused by the disease e.G adult acne, infertility, weight gain, and excessive facial or body hair can be difficult to control. Adopt positive lifestyles 1 exercise 2-eat healthy 3- avoid stimulants i.E excess caffeine 4- regular physical exams 5- relax and avoid stress /depression 6-join support group 7-ask questions 8-get help. ...Read more

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How do I treat polycystic ovarian syndrome besides taking medication? Is it possible to get rid of it by losing a good amount of weight?

How do I treat polycystic ovarian syndrome besides taking medication? Is it possible to get rid of it by losing a good amount of weight?

No cure exists: But, there are ways some women do manage this condition and you've got a good instinct in thinking about significant weight loss. But find a healthy combination of diet and exercise to get the greatest benefits for your health. Here's a good bit of info: http://www.Womenshealth.Gov/publications/our-publications/fact-sheet/polycystic-ovary-syndrome.Html. ...Read more

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What diet & exercise is best to manage polycystic ovarian syndrome?

What diet & exercise is best to manage polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Eat less, exercise: Standard wight reduction diet and exercise. Tx w/metformin may help restore normal menses and even fertility for many women. Other medication may be needed if testosterone level is too high. ...Read more

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How long is it supposed to it take for glucophage (metformin) to treat a person with polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Glucophage (metformin): It starts to work right away, but most women need one month - up to 3 months - to see the best results. ...Read more

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Can polycystic ovarian syndrome be treated completely?

Can polycystic ovarian syndrome be treated completely?

Cured? No: Can it be cured permanently, so the body functions exactly as normal without medicines? No. Can most abnormalities and symptoms be worked with for a satisfactory heathy quality of life? Yes, mostly. ...Read more

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What is polycystic ovarian syndrome and how it can be treated?

The hallmark of PCOS: Is irregular ovulation and excess activity of androgens. This usually translates into irregular or absent periods and hair growth where you don't want it, and/or acne. There are other conditions that can mimic it, and they must be ruled out with a thorough examination and laboratory tests. Treatment is hormonal and goal-based. ...Read more

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What can you tell me about polycystic ovarian syndrome?

What can you tell me about polycystic ovarian syndrome?

PCOS: Pcos is a disorder that is characterized by a combination of symptoms. These can include missed periods, abnormal hair growth (hirsutism), anovulation, and abnormal lab values like elevated testosterone. Patients usually are overweight. People with pcos are at higher risk of developing diabetes, as well as having trouble with fertility and having an increased risk of uterine cancer. ...Read more

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What is polycystic ovarian syndrome? How do women get it?

What is polycystic ovarian syndrome? How do women get it?

Common disorder: Pcos may be present in up to 30% of women. It is an Insulin resistant state that is characterized by weight gain, irregular or absent periods, hair growth, infertility and predisposition to diabetes. Check w/your gyn>. ...Read more

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I think I have polycystic ovarian syndrome so who do I see?

I think I have polycystic ovarian syndrome so who do I see?

Primary care: I always recommend seeing your primary care first to validate your concerns. If he/she truly feel that there is a problem, he/she can treat you or send you to the appropriate specialist.S: obgyn, women's health, endocrinologists... ...Read more

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What can happen with polycystic ovarian syndrome if it not taken care of?

Polycystic ovaries: Often this syndrome can include excessive weight gain, excess facial and body hair, infertility and hyperinsulinism. You should consult with doctors familiar with this syndrome for treatment and medication. ...Read more

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What is polycystic ovarian syndrome and do you have some info on health risk?

What is polycystic ovarian syndrome and do you have some info on health risk?

Hormonal, metabolic: Polycystic ovarian syndrome or pcos is a condition that shows irregular periods, excessive androgens (male hormones) and metabolic disorders (type 2 or gestational diabetes, abnormal BP and lipids, fatty liver). The high androgens can cause infertility and excess hair growth. The metabolic effects are part of Insulin resistance syndrome-- which leads to heart attacks, strokes, type 2 diabetes. ...Read more

Dr. Steven Ginsberg
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Anemia (Definition)

Any condition where there is a decrease in the red blood ...Read more