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Challenges in Treating Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

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Challenges in Treating Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
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    Anovulation is a significant challenge for reproductive age women. The most common endocrinologic cause of this is PCOS. With the help of Dr. Sam Thatcher, pioneer in IVF technology and director of the Center for Applied Reproductive Science, we explore the exciting new possibilities and not-so-new controversies that exist with regard to treatment for PCOS patients. Helpful information about the medical therapies available for patients with PCOS such as clomid, metformin and oral contraceptives are presented. He also disputes the ‘one size fits all” theory when it comes to the care of women with PCOS. Reference material: 1. Legro, RS et al. Clomiphene, metformin or both for fertility in PCOS. N Engl J Med 2007; 356:551-56

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    Anovulation is a significant challenge for reproductive age women. The most common endocrinologic cause of this is PCOS. With the help of Dr. Sam Thatcher, pioneer in IVF technology and director of the Center for Applied Reproductive Science, we explore the exciting new possibilities and not-so-new controversies that exist with regard to treatment for PCOS patients. Helpful information about the medical therapies available for patients with PCOS such as clomid, metformin and oral contraceptives are presented. He also disputes the ‘one size fits all” theory when it comes to the care of women with PCOS. Reference material: 1. Legro, RS et al. Clomiphene, metformin or both for fertility in PCOS. N Engl J Med 2007; 356:551-56

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