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“Unfortunately, she mentioned that many people close to her do not consider these methods a legitimate form of family planning …and recounted jokes from friends, family, and even those in healthcare about how, after she got married, she would likely soon be pregnant.”
“This study found 86 pregnancies per 100 women at 24 months of tracking, affirming the utility of cycle tracking in patients attempting to conceive.”
“Insulin does more than simply regulate the body’s blood sugar. It appears to stimulate gonadotropin-releasing hormone,… It also appears to stimulate the ovaries to produce sex hormones, which may lead to their subsequent overproduction and the symptoms of PCOS.”
“After the first positive urinary LH test or the end of fertile-type mucus, 3 consecutive days of urinary PDG above 5 µg/mL is 100% specific to confirm ovulation.”
“Her interest in Creighton stemmed from her own struggle with PMS-related symptoms, including acne, fatigue, and mood disturbances.”
“A modest weight loss of 5-10% can improve insulin resistance, endocrine abnormalities, menstrual function, and fertility.”