Take Metformin And Diphten For People Who Are Not PCOS?
Good evening, I want to ask, I have consulted with my dSog for the pregnancy program. he said, my uterus was healthy. I have already promoted 3 cycles. but not yet produced results. I got 200 diphten and dalfarol recipes. I want to ask, I have not been diagnosed with PCOS, but I consume metformin. because of the results that i read, metformin can help to fertility programs, and lose weight. because my own body weight is overweight. is that okay?
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PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) occurs when the ovaries produce large numbers of eggs but are not ripe and cannot be fertilized, making pregnancy difficult. This is because the body produces excess androgens, which are usually based on insulin resistance. Insulin is produced by the pancreas, and is used by the body to help convert blood sugar into energy. In people with insulin resistance, insulin is difficult to use so the levels accumulate in the blood. This is also what causes weight loss is difficult to do in people with insulin resistance.
Metformin is used to increase the body's sensitivity to insulin. In fact this drug is used as the first therapeutic drug for diabetes. If you have not been diagnosed with PCOS and your eggs are healthy, there is no benefit in taking insulin. You should also consult a doctor before taking this medicine because like other drugs, metformin also has side effects. Weight loss is best done with diet and exercise.
A couple is said to have fertility problems if one year has sexual intercourse routinely 3-4 times a week without contraception and no pregnancy occurs. If one year you have tried and have not yet occurred pregnancy you should consult an obstetrician and of course your husband is also examined so that intervention or treatment can be done.
Also read: Fertility Medication