1. Recent Advances in the Management of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A Review Article  Cureus
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Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is an endocrine disorder. This condition is characterized by chronic anovulation and ovarian dysfunction, unlike other ovulation disorders when the ovaries are non-functional or abnormal. Currently, most therapy is centred on the patient's primary complaint. Treatment focuses on reducing hyperandrogenism symptoms, restoring menstrual regularity, and achieving conception. In treating infertility caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome, letrozole (an aromatase inhibitor) appears to be more successful than clomiphene citrate (an anti-estrogen and a reference infertility drug). When provided by a multidisciplinary team, it can help patients maintain appropriate lifestyle changes, such as reducing body fat, increasing metabolism, and enhancing reproductive health. Compound oral contraceptives are the most common kind of androgen inhibitor and are the preferred therapy for menstrual disruption in PCOS patients who do not want to get pregnant. Weight loss should be prioritized for women with PCOS since a healthy, balanced diet combined with regular exercise can boost metabolism, increase insulin sensitivity, and aid weight loss safely. This will improve their physical health. Other than reproductive symptoms, PCOS symptoms include insulin resistance (IR), metabolic syndrome (MS), and chronic low-grade inflammation. Our understanding of the pathophysiological process, diagnosis, and therapy of PCOS has advanced recently.Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is an endocrine disorder. This condition is characterized by chronic anovulation and ovarian dysfunction, unlike other ovulation disorders when the ovaries are non-functional or abnormal. Currently, most therapy is centred on the patient's primary complaint. Treatment focuses on reducing hyperandrogenism symptoms, restoring menstrual regularity, and achieving conception. In treating infertility caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome, letrozole (an aromatase inhibitor) appears to be more successful than clomiphene citrate (an anti-estrogen and a reference infertility drug). When provided by a multidisciplinary team, it can help patients maintain appropriate lifestyle changes, such as reducing body fat, increasing metabolism, and enhancing reproductive health. Compound oral contraceptives are the most common kind of androgen inhibitor and are the preferred therapy for menstrual disruption in PCOS patients who do not want to get pregnant. Weight loss should be prioritized for women with PCOS since a healthy, balanced diet combined with regular exercise can boost metabolism, increase insulin sensitivity, and aid weight loss safely. This will improve their physical health. Other than reproductive symptoms, PCOS symptoms include insulin resistance (IR), metabolic syndrome (MS), and chronic low-grade inflammation. Our understanding of the pathophysiological process, diagnosis, and therapy of PCOS has advanced recently.

Cureus | Recent Advances in the Management of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A Review Article