Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, September 24th, 2007
This study, performed in mice, suggests that Metformin, the most commonly prescribed anti-diabetes drug, could potentially improve pregnancy outcomes in women with insulin resistance.
“We found that embryos of insulin-resistant mice also have some degree of insulin resistance, and if we correct the insulin resistance in the embryo with this drug, we improve the quality of the embryo,” says Kelle Moley, M.D., lead author and professor of obstetrics...
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