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    Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common endocrine disorders that is known to affect women during reproductive years. This disorder is characterized by hyperandrogenism, chronic anovulation, and typical morphologic changes of the ovaries (Pan, Chen, Tsao, & Chen, 2015). PCOS is estimated to have a prevalence of 5%-10% of reproductive aged women (Grossman & Porth). The symptoms that accompany this disorder include menstrual irregularity, obesity, infertility, and androgen…

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    Infertility Research Paper

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    modifications are unsuccessful and the couple returns after a year’s time and still not pregnant, advanced treatment options will be addressed. Further testing maybe needed to make sure that eggs are being produced and ovulation occurs every month. Clomid maybe started to induce ovulation. Metformin may also be tried as a first line treatment, or in combination of the two. A hysteroscopy which is the GOLD standard maybe preformed to visualize the uterus looking for…

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    What Causes Pcos

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    maternal or paternal side. Many women with PCOS have an imbalance in some hormones, such as: • high levels of testosterone – a male hormone, although every woman produce small amounts of it • high levels of luteinising hormone (LH) – It triggers ovulation, but if the levels are too high, then it may have an abnormal effect on the ovaries • low levels of sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) • High levels of…

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    theory states that red is also a symbol of fertility leading to greater reproductive fitness. Many female primates display red on their genitals, perineum, chest, or face when nearing ovulation, such as the red swelling of the perineum in baboons, or the slight reddening of the vulva in gorillas. Human women ovulation is not as apparent as primates, but slight red notes are visible. Women may show red blushes of flirtation, or a red flush of sexual excitation. Men may be more attracted to red…

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    pregnancy. So, if you waited over the 4 days, and the pregnancy has started, taking the emergency contraception pill will not abort the pregnancy.The emergency contraception pill delays ovulation, therefore the egg and sperm cannot create a baby.Sperm hangout inside woman's fallopian tubes, waiting for an egg to show up (ovulation) If the egg does not show, the sperm die. 5. I took the Emergency Contraception Pill last night, but had unprotected sex again tonight, I’m still ok…

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    production of the androgens. The ovaries of women with PCOS produce higher concentrations of androgens then in women that do not have PCOS. An androgen is a male hormone. When there are high levels of male hormones in a woman’s system, this can affect ovulation, acne, and hair growth. ("Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) fact…

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    usually called a woman’s ovulation period. If the egg does not become fertilized, it is released - and this is the woman’s period. Synthetic hormones are used to stabilize the levels of natural hormones, preventing estrogen from peaking in the middle of a woman’s cycle as it normally does which causes the release of an egg from the ovaries. Synthetic estrogen works to stop the pituitary gland (the master gland of hormones) from producing estrogen which in turn, prevents ovulation. Synthetic…

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    Treatment Sadly, despite the complexity and multiple risk factors associated with the condition, no universal recommendations for treatment exist (Smith, 2014). Rather than a single treatment modality most practitioners utilize a symptoms approach. This idea proposes that troublesome symptoms dictate treatment. While effective, this may not be the best course of action to prevent disease progression. Another school of thought is to treat the underlying cause of the symptoms and promote…

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    that the men and his partner consider using a donor sperm or adopting a child. There's a lot more treatments for women than for men. In some of the cases doctors can't identified the cause of infertility in a women. When the problem have to be with ovulation the treatment may include taking drugs, like Clomiphene to stimulate the ovaries. Sometimes technologies can be the solution to infertility like Insemination, In vitro Fertilization and gamete intrafallopian transfer, but the most common are…

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    citrate, which helps with ovulation. (Burd,…

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