Association of Pregnancy Outcome Complications Among Females with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Complications Among Females with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Keywords:Pregnancy Complication, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Body Mass Index, Mayo Hospital Lahore
Association of pregnancy outcome complications among females with polycystic ovary syndrome among females of reproductive age between 18 to 55 years, in relation to their knowledge and attitude about complications in pregnancy and polycystic ovary syndrome. Objectives: To find out the complications and dietary patterns associated with pregnancy due to polycystic ovary syndrome among the reproductive age females. Methods: A cross-sectional study was carried out from the Mayo hospital Lahore. 200 participants were included in the study. The participants were assessed through a questionnaire. SPSS version 20 was used for data analysis. In inclusion criteria, female of reproductive age in Mayo hospital Lahore. Results: All of the 220 participants filled out the questionnaire under observation and with proper knowledge. The results from the questionnaire suggested that out of 220 participants 21-25 years and >30 years of females with BMI over-weight and obese have more chances on complication in pregnancy while have PCOS. While 18-20 years with under-weight BMI have 20% chances for having complications. Conclusion: This study concluded there is a high association in the pregnancy outcome complications in females with polycystic ovary syndrome. Those who have more adverse complications might have chances to have a BMI generally obese or over-weight. Our study significantly reflects that mostly women have a family of gestational diabetes, pregnancy induced hyper-tension have more chances of have preterm babies or delivery complications due to PCOS.
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