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The prevalence of polycystic ovary syndrome in a community sample of Iranian population: Iranian PCOS prevalence study
At community level, widespread screening of Rotterdam criteria will increase the estimated prevalence of PCOS over twofold and establish an explicit and contemporaneous method for definition and screening of each PCOS criteria has important investigational implications and increase the comparability of published research. Expand
Reproductive knowledge, attitudes and behavior among adolescent males in Tehran, Iran.
The relatively high prevalence of sexual activity and the lack of knowledge regarding STIs and contraceptives pose a significant threat to the sexual and reproductive health of adolescent males in Iran. Expand
The Prevalence and Causes of Primary Infertility in Iran: A Population-Based Study
The prevalence of primary infertility in Iran was higher than the worldwide trends of infertility, indicating that understanding such risks help healthcare providers and policy makers to design and implement interventions to slow down this trend. Expand
Reproductive health knowledge, attitudes and practices of Iranian college students.
The majority of students believed that the risk of AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections was moderate but that youth had a low ability to practise healthy behaviour and felt that services were inadequate. Expand
Sexual risk-taking behaviors among boys aged 15-18 years in Tehran.
PURPOSE The purpose of this study is to evaluate the extent and potential correlates of sexual risk-taking behaviors among adolescent boys aged 15-18 in metropolitan Tehran. METHODS Data wereExpand
Introducing a rat model of prenatal androgen‐induced polycystic ovary syndrome in adulthood
Prenatal exposure to a single dose of testosterone during the critical period of fetal development facilitates the production of a functional rat model of PCOS with minimal morphological disorders in adulthood. Expand
Of PCOS Symptoms, Hirsutism Has the Most Significant Impact on the Quality of Life of Iranian Women
The results of the study found that hirsutism had the strongest impact on the health-related quality of life measures in Iranian women diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome. Expand
Predicting age at menopause from serum antimüllerian hormone concentration
Serum AMH concentrations can reasonably forecast the age at menopause for individual women according to different levels of serum AMH concentration among women aged 20 to 49 years. Expand
The prevalence of idiopathic hirsutism and polycystic ovary syndrome in the Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study
Data from a large representative and non selected population of women confirm the concept that IH and PCOS are the two most common gynecological endocrinopathies among reproductive aged women. Expand
The lack of association between polycystic ovary syndrome and metabolic syndrome: Iranian PCOS prevalence study
Evaluating the prevalence of the metabolic syndrome (MetS) and insulin resistance (IR) in a large population‐based study in Iran found that MetS is more common in women than in men. Expand