A Case Study: Psychophysiological Impact of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and its Management in Pakistani Women A Case Study: Psychophysiological Impact of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and its Management in Pakistani Women
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Poly cystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a complicated and heterogenous endocrine disorder in the women and it can cause different metabolic, reproductive, and psychological abnormalities and is known for effecting about one among fifteen women globally. PCOS has been frequently diagnosed in women across pakistan and is previously reported to cause different physical and psychological abnormalities like obesity, infertility, hirsutism, depression, and anxiety on a large scale. Irrespective of the higher prevalence still there is inadequacy in the knowledge about PCOS. The aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of different physical and psychological symptoms of PCOS and their co relation with the impact on the quality of life of the affected individual and common methods of treatment used for PCOS. A questionnaire-based study would be designed to collect the data randomly from women of about 17-50 years of age who are affected with PCOS. This questionnaire would be containing all the necessary questions related to the physical and psychological impacts and the treatment methods. This questionnaire-based survey would be analysed by using different statistical analysis tools to provide the complete analytical results. This study will help the medical practioners in the determination of the most prevalent symptoms and can also aid for the improvision in the treatment methods to enhance effectiveness of treatment. It can be used in different educational seminars to spread awareness regarding the symptoms and treatment. It can also aid in further research.