Hormonal Changes in Women Patients with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Nagham Hasan Ali

Abstract


In Iraqi women theirs problem related to polycystic ovary syndrome, therefor the present study focus in these women patients and aimed to determine the hormonal changes in the class of these women the hormonal changes included  Follicle-stimulating hormone FSH, Luteinizing hormone LH, and Prolactin (PRL) and study the correlation between theme using statistical analysis, to achieve good results from current research 30 specimens of blood   were  collected  from 45  patients  with  PCOS  and  30  healthy  between  27  and 44  old  year's  consider- as  control  samples   attending  the  private  clinic  in  Baghdad governorate   from  the period  November  2015  to  June  2016.  All  samples were  inoculated  to  study  different  characteristics  of  hormones.  The   results  obtained  from  statistical  analysis  appeared  that  there's  significant difference  between  the  studied  hormones  P ≥ 0.05  also  there's  high significant  difference  in  the  titration  of  the  same  hormone  in the  patients  based  on  the  age of  women  patients' blood was hormonal assay results revealed a gradual decrease in serum FSH levels with a concomitant increase in Serum LH hormone level , when compared with control healthy also there's depression in Prolactin in thyroid  cancer  patients  Compared with  control healthy.

 


Keywords


PCOS; hormonal changes; ELIsA.

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