Quantifying the Blood Flow Response to Exercise in Individuals with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Published: 29 March 2023

The purpose of this study is to compare leg blood flow responses to an acute bout of exercise between individuals with PCOS and control participants without PCOS. 

Young individuals with and without PCOS, aged 18-40. 

Observational Research Study:

1 familiarization visit: 1 hour; 1 test visit: 2 hours
Total time commitment: 3 hours

Body composition (fat mass, lean mass, bone density etc.) report via DXA scan valued at $125 CAD. 

Cardiovascular Health and Autonomic Regulation Laboratory

Currie Gym room 101, 475 Pine Avenue West, Montreal 
McGill University  

CHARLab.McGill [at] (Contact Will Huckins to Participate)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Charlotte Usselman; McGill Faculty of Medicine IRB 


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