The Effect of Obesity on infertily related Hormones amongst young female in Hyderabad and Adjoint Areas.

Tahira Jabeen Ursani, Rehan Majeed, Jawaid Ahmed Khokhar, Sumaira Rauf, Shahzad Rasheed, Farheen Shaikh


Obesity is a disorder and is an important health issue mostly occurs amongst the women of reproductive age. Obesity and overweight involves abnormal and negative effects on health if the Body Mass Index (BMI) is equal to or greater than 25kg/m², considered overweight, whereas equal to or greater than 30kg/m² considered as obesity. The Infertility is the failure of a couple to conceive a pregnancy after trying to do so for at least one full year with unprotected intercourse and without using any other method of contraception. This problem worldwide carried a value of 10-15% in every year. It was reported to be present in 21.9% of Pakistani population in 2003. Some factors that are influenced such as Ovulatory defects and unexplained cause account for >50% of infertile etiologies and overweight and obese women has topped in some developed countries more than 50 % also. In the present study data sampling was collected from LUMHS hospital OPD and ISRA hospital we collected 5ml fasting venous blood sample from 60 Obese Females on day 2 or day 3 of menstrual cycle. The distribution of frequency in obsesses and overweight 60 infertile females were 67% obsess and 33% were overweight according to BMI scale. The medically and biochemically analysis of data of overall 60 cases of infertile females were examined by BMI scale, Glucose, Blood pressure (systolic and diastolic), having to mean and standard deviation were 32.96 ± 4.4, 95.0 ±2 0.0, 120 ± 10.0 and 77.6 ± 10.18.

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