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Dr. Pradeep Vuriti*, Sirisha Chinta and M. Prasada Rao


Introduction: Now a day there is a huge development in the society, in-terms of technology, and science. But, if it’s in relation to health it is deteriorating day by day. This is due to altered habits of individuals like unhealthy food habits, sedentary life style. When it is concerned to adolescence women it’s a major concern now a day, many of them suffering with hormonal imbalances which are the impact of habits. So in our study we would like to know the epidemiology, in relation to social habits. Objective: To assess the incidence of disorders/disease in non-pregnant women. Materials and Methods: This was prospective and observational study, conducted in a tertiary care hospital. Total number of enrollment in this study is 150 OP, among them 27 patients were drop out, and remaining123 patients were included in this study. Results and discussion: Out of the 123 non-pregnant individuals the prevalence of the gynecological disorders are PCOD 63(51.2%), infertility 24(19.5%), thyroid6 (4.87%) fibroid uterus, abdominal pain are 5 (4.06%) ovarian cyst 4(3.25%) hemorrhoids 3 (2.43%) abortion, fever, breast pain are 2(1.62%) menorrhagia, gastritis, oligomennorhea, anemia, leukorrhea, allergy, motions are 1 (0.81%). The prevalence of PCOD stands high and when compared with BMI, 25 individuals are found to be obese with high BMI and 43 individuals has undergone surgery for PCOD and are with hormone replacement therapy. However, about 90%were not physically active in the population. Conclusion: In non-pregnant individuals PCOD is the predominant condition among the study population. It is mostly being secondary to preexisting diseases conditions and lack of physical exercises in their day to day life.

Keywords: Gynecology, Prevalence, Non pregnant women, BMI, PCOD.

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