A Study on identification of risk factors in developing Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome among teenagers and minimizing them by Life Style Modifications through Advanced Patient Counselling by Doctor of Pharmacy
Poly-Cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is characterized by multiple small ovarian cysts, obesity, hypertension, diabetes, insulin resistance, and Hirsutism. The Study Aims to assess the role of Doctor Of Pharmacy in identification of risk factors in developing poly cystic ovarian syndrome among teenagers and minimizing them by life style modifications through advanced Patient counseling.The Main Objective of the present study is to prevent the following: To prevent the complications of PCOS who are suffering with PCOS in early of their age. To prevent the occurrence of PCOS to early females who are nearer for its occurrence. To minimize the symptoms and to improve the quality of life of females suffering with PCOS. Study Design: It is a observational and interventional study. Study Period: The Present study was conducted for a period of 6 months from January 2nd 2017 to July 31st 2017. Study site : The Present study was conducted in BAHUDHA WOMENS HOSTEL affiliated to Annamacharya college of Pharmacy, Rajampet, Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh, India. In The Present Study Out of total 600 women 530 enrolled to participate in the present study. After the collection of information by PCOS self assessment forms the scoring is given as 271 with scoring > 5 with percentile 51.1320 are with Chance for getting PCOS, 159 with scoring > 10 with percentile 30.01 are with high Chance for getting PCOS, 100 with scoring < 5 with percentile 18.8679 are Unpredictable to PCOS. The present study concludes that Doctor Of Pharmacy is very helpful in assessing the risk factors responsible in developing PCOS and also minimizing them by life style modifications through advanced patient counseling.
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