Bmi and fi levels in reproductive age women with normal and polycystic ovaries

Authors:DODDA SUREKHA , PITTA PARAMJYOTHI
Int J Biol Med Res. 2014; 5(3): 4156-4158  |  PDF File

Abstract

ABSTRACT: BACKGROUND: Anovulation is the commonest cause for infertility in young reproductive age females. Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome being the commonest cause for anovulation with intact Hypothalmo-Pituitaty-Ovarian Axis. AIM: PCOS is one of the commonest reproductive health problems in reproductive age group causing chronic anovulation leading to infertility. METHODS AND MATERIALS: The changes in BMI & FI levels of 30 normal reproductive age women were compared to that of 30 women with Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome. STASTICAL ANALYSIS: The data was analyzed by using the Studentís t-test. RESULTS: There is a significant increase in mean BMI, FI levels (p<0.0001) in women with polycystic ovaries when compared to women having normal ovaries on Ultra Sound study. KEY WORDS: