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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Clinical Trials

A listing of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (5) clinical trials

A Clinical and Biological Research of Combined Chinese and Western Medicine in the Treatment of PCOS

Dingkundan,Diane-35 each ameliorate PCOS, but they do so by different mechanisms. We generally treat PCOS patients without immediate fertility requirement by short-acting contraceptives,Diane-35 is one of the most commonly used drugs. Dingkundan consists of multiple chinese herbs including ginseng,Panax notoginseng,deer antlers,Carthamus tinctorius L.,Radix Paeoniae Alba,prepared Radix Rehmanniae,Angelica etc., which gains ...

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Does Vitamin D Break the Vicious Circle of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome of Insuline Resistance ?

Research question: In PCOS patients, is there any effect of vitamin D supplementation therapy on plasma concentrations of adipokines (ghrelin, resistin and adiponectin), follistatin and activins? Research hypothesis: There is a significant effect of vitamin D supplementation therapy on plasma concentrations of adipokines (ghrelin, resistin and adiponectin), follistatin and activin.

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Acupuncture or Metformin for Insulin Resistance in Women With PCOS

Specific Aims The purpose of the study is to perform a randomized controlled trial of women with PCOS, comparing the effectiveness of lifestyle management alone, and in combination with acupuncture or metformin treatment on whole body glucose homeostasis, with the ultimate goal to prevent the development of type 2 diabetes. ...

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N-Acetylcysteine and L-carnitine in Pcos

N-Acetylcysteine was compared to L-carnitine in clomiphene citrate in Pcos women to detect the hormonal and metabolic effect

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Androgen Excess as a Cause for Adipogenic Dysfunction in PCOS Women

Aim 1. Examine mechanisms of subcutaneous abdominal adipose (fat) development in normal-weight PCOS women vs. BMI- and age-matched normal (control) women. Subjects and clinical assessment: We will recruit 16 lean (18.5-25 kg/M2) PCOS subjects and 16 age- and BMI-matched controls. Subjects will complete a standardized questionnaire emphasizing menstrual dating, abnormal ...

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