Nope. Metformin works with the insulin already provided by your body to keep your blood sugars stable. The only side affects known are:
Ways you can naturally help your body increase it's sex drive include:
1. Exercise. Aerobic workouts (running, biking, swimming) not only improve blood flow to sex organs but can also boost your mood, pumping up "feel good" brain chemicals called endorphins. An increase in testosterone levels about one hour after working out can also leave you feeling sexier. Do avoid overstraining yourself, though, since extreme exercise actually lowers testosterone levels.
2. Relax. Too much stress increases the stress hormone cortisol, which causes testosterone to plummet. Find a way to tune out for 15 minutes a day, whether through meditation, yoga, chilling to music, or schmoozing with a friend.
3. Add a little novelty. Recent research shows that partaking in new and challenging experiences with your partner can boost the brain chemical dopamine, which helps fuel sex drive. These don't even need to be in the bedroom. Enter a race together, on a tandem bike. Get a little lost on a wilderness hike-without a map. Host a game night with friends where each couple kicks in $30 and the winning pair takes all.
4. Consider supplements. Ginkgo biloba has been used to treat sexual dysfunction, although the Mayo Clinic website says the evidence that it works is speculative at best. Still, it's relatively safe (just don't take it if you're on a blood thinner), and the placebo effect may be enough to put you in the mood. Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) could be useful, since it's critical for the manufacture of sex hormones in the adrenal glands. Choline, meanwhile, purportedly helps to enhance levels of acetylcholine, a brain chemical that sends sexual impulses from your brain to your sex organs.
5. Inhale. Certain scents are known to be attractive to women, according to this article. Supposedly, we're most attracted to sweaty men and musky odors, though I'm guessing it's probably pretty individualized. To each her own.
No, it has the opposite effect.
. . . privilege to drive and operate a motor vehicle.
because if you weren't looking at the road, you could lose control of the car
some women do lose hair
You will have a big problem. You could lose files and cause internal computer problems
When you format a hard-drive, you will lose any information on that drive.
Depends. Some women lose it a month before and some women lose it at the time of birth when the water brakes.
Yes, PCOS makes it difficult to lose weight. It actually is a contributing factor to weight gain. It causes insulin resistance, and often medications like Metformin are prescribed to help regulate this.
Yes, women, or anyone for that matter, can lose weight at any age.
Only if you fail the tests that determine whether you are still able to drive. If you are healthy, and have no problems that could hinder your ability to drive, then you should be okay.
yes you do.
exercise. Burn more caleroies than you consume. Ask your endocrinologist for a prescritpion of metoformin. I would also have the doctor check your prolactin level. if prolactin is high you might benefit from Bromocriptine.