A new study discovered a mechanism underlying the benefits of vitamin D supplementation for PCOS.
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A new meta-analysis of RCTs found vitamin D supplementation helped regulate menstrual cycle and improve follicular development among women with PCOS.
Researchers found that vitamin D and calcium in combination with metformin improves markers of fertility in women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
A recent RCT provides a picture of the role of vitamin D and calcium supplementation in polycystic ovary syndrome, but a few issues remain to be addressed.
A new study suggests vitamin D deficiency may be a modifiable risk factor for depressive symptoms in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome.
A new study has found that in polycystic ovary syndrome, vitamin D may have a protective effect against the actions of inflammatory compounds called advanced glycation end products.
In PCOS, new trial suggests very high-dose vitamin D supplementation has minimal effect on insulin sensitivity
A new trial has found that in polycystic ovary syndrome, vitamin D may have a minimal effect on insulin resistance and blood pressure.
Can vitamin D improve fertility in women with PCOS? Researchers conducted a randomized controlled trial to find out.
Doctors recently tested vitamin D levels on 8 women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), before and after treating them with diazoxide, a common treatment for PCOS.
This randomized controlled trial (RCT) out of Iran looks at vitamin D deficiency and cardiovascular risk factors among women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).