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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

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Prevalence of Co-Morbidities Associated with Hypothyroidism Among Infertile Women

Author: VIMALA PRASANNA, SHARUMATHI S. M, CINDY JOSE, SHANMUGA SUNDARAM. R
Abstract: Aim: The goal of the analysis was to find the prevalence of co-morbidities associated with hypothyroidism among infertile women. Methods: This prospective prevalence analysis was carried out in 3 infertility centers for over 6 months. All infertile women visiting with hypothyroidism were included in the study. Clinical data of the patients were used to record the details and direct interview with the patient was conducted to get additional information. Clopper-Pearson exact method of statistics at 95% CL was used to report the prevalence data. Results: The Mean±SD age of the study subjects was found to be 32±5.77. We have noticed high menstrual disruption correlation with 0.5667 prevalence (95% CL 0.4731 to 0.6568). Next, the frequent association was found for PCOD with 41% occurrence. Hyperlipidemia has also arisen in 14 patients with hypothyroid disorders. Asthma is found to be the least occurring co-morbidity with a prevalence of 0.0333 (95% CL 0.0092 to 0.0831). Conclusion: The analysis summarizes, that the prevalence of co-morbidities associated with hypothyroidism is high among infertile women. Hence this population should be evaluated for associated illness at its earliest to prevent the pregnancy-related complication associated with them.
Keyword: Hypothyroidism, infertility, co-morbidities.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.190
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