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Weight reduction and exercise have been shown to help with menstrual disturbance and infertility in obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome. This program promotes healthy lifestyle factors, but does not lead to rapid weight loss. The anthropometric, metabolic, and endocrine factors of these subjects were compared to those of 10 age- and weight-matched PCOS women with regular monthly ovulation RO.
Before lifestyle modification, the anovulatory subjects had greater central obesity than regular ovulators, as assessed by percent central fat NO, Anovulatory subjects were classified as responders R to the intervention if they regained ovulation during the study. None of these parameters changed ificantly in nonresponders NR. At the end of the study, R had lower fasting insulin R, We conclude that lifestyle modification without rapid weight loss le to a reduction of central fat and improved insulin sensitivity, which restores ovulation in overweight infertile women with PCOS.
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MeSH terms Adult Actions. Body Mass Index Actions. Female Actions. Humans Actions. Ovulation Actions. Pregnancy Actions. Weight Loss Actions. Substances Insulin Actions.
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“The whole package deal”: experiences of overweight/obese women living with polycystic ovary syndrome