A Comparative Study on the Biochemical Variation on Women with Polycystic Ovaries
The most prevalent women associated with chronic is polycystic-ovarian syndrome (PCOS), which affects 5-10% of females of childbearing age. In our study the most modifiable factor was obesity and over us right that constitutes 70 % of the cases, hence the importance of weigh t reduction in the management of pcos is very important. Serum prolactin and thyroid function tests were done. Serum LH and LH/F SH ratio do not prove to be a significant additional diagnostic too1. Transvaginal ultrasound acts as an important tool in diagnosing PCOS. In our case the three main symptoms were menstrual irregularities, hyperandrogenism and infertility.