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Abstract

PREVALENCE OF POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME

Debasmita Chatterjee*, Dr. Satadal Das, Dr. Rathin Chakravarty, Dr. Bishaka Halder, Dr. Asutosh Kundu and Dr. Suparna Mukherjee

ABSTRACT

Background: Ovaries are paired sex glands in females involved with germ cell maturation, storage and release. The development of non neoplastic cyst is due to accumulation of fluid within the ovary due to hormonal disorders. They manifest at the reproductive age with varied clinical symptoms. Objective: To study the prevalence of Polycystic ovary disease (PCOD) among the patients attending Dr. Bholanath Chakravarty Integrated Medical Research and Treatment Centre. The detailed literature study for the cause and treatment of the disease were also kept in mind. Methods: A descriptive 6 months survey was conducted at Dr. Bholanath Chakravarty Integrated Medical Research and Treatment Centre from April to September, 2018 at. All the clinical records of the patients along with their consent were taken and recorded for analytical purpose. Results: Our survey revealed that out of 113 selected patients who attended the OPD clinic, 8 patients revealed significant gynaecological problems investigated via diagnostic tool ultrasonography, amongst them only 4 cases were confirmed to be suffering from polycystic ovary disease (PCOD). The age wise distribution of patients revealed that more number of women suffer from this disease in the age group of 20 – 40 years. Our study revealed that the prevalence percentage of patients suffering from PCOD is 3.5%. Conclusion: Therapeutically PCOD cases are suggested with oral contraceptives for 3 – 6 months which differentiates between physiological and pathological ovarian cysts. Symptoms such as pain in the abdomen along with other clinical features are considered for diagnosis. With the aid of diagnostic tool ultrasonography, clinicians can accurately diagnose mature cyst and benign epithelial cysts.

Keywords: Ovaries, Polycystic disease ovarian disease (PCOD), hormonal disorders, ultrasonography.


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