THERAPEUTIC RATIONALE (For PCOS): Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects 6-10 % of women population and it is very often associated with insulin resistance. PCOS leads to amneorrhoea, anovulation, oligomenorrhoea, hirsutism etc.HYPONIDD in PCOS improves ovulatory function and several metabolic derangements associated with insulin resistance. HYPONIDD decreases the insulin resistance and thereby corrects the three axes namely metabolic, reproductive and steroidogenic. Flavonoid constituents of Pterocarpus marsupium like marsupin, pterosupin and epicatechin are insulinogenic because of post-receptor intracellular mediation by d-chiro-inositol. HYPONIDD thus, is safe and effective insulin sensitizer for the treatment of PCOS.
THERAPEUTIC RATIONALE (For diabetes):HYPONIDD is a combination of herbs and minerals for diabetes treatment. The ingredients are proven to have a definite beneficial effect not only in lowering blood sugar levels but also in lipid lowering effect. The cumulative pharmacological action of HYPONIDD is insulin sensitizing, antihyperglycemic, hypolipidemic and antioxidant. HYPONIDD minimizes the chances of diabetic complications, if started sufficiently early.IndicationsIn PCOS associated with adolescent infertile women on oral contraceptive pills: As insulin sensitizer. Long-term management of PCOD.Adjuvant to OHA, or a stand alone in newly detected cases of mild diabetes mellitus.
DosageIn Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS): recommended dose is 2 tablets twice daily for 3-6 months.In Diabetes: 2 tablets twice daily, half-an-hour before meals or as directed by the Physician.
PRECAUTIONS FOR DIABETICSHYPONIDD, like any other antidiabetic medication, requires routine monitoring of blood/urine sugar levels, especially when HYPONIDD is prescribed as an add-on medication with existing OHAs. HYPONIDD, again, like the OHAs will achieve a better control of disease when integrated with dietary discipline and controlled physical activity.
PresentationTablets: Blister pack of 30 tablets, enclosed in a catch cover.
DO’S AND DONT’S Do ‘s
1) Regular exercise is recommended.
2) Consumption of vegetables preferred – Karela and Drumsticks.
3) Monitor fasting and post lunch blood glucose regularly.
4) Ensure strict follow-up of drug regimen and diet.
1) Avoid injury /cut
2) Reduce alcohol consumption and smoking.
3) Avoid oily and spicy food, sweets, and honey.
4) Avoid excessive physical and psychological stress.