Menstrual Irregularities Frequency in Reproductive Age Women with Chronic Parenteral Viral Hepatitis and Insufficiency of Antioxidant Factors

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M. A. Rashidova
L. F. Sholokhov
M. A. Darenskaya
S. I. Kolesnikov
L. I. Kolesnikova

Abstract

Background: Our previous study of the lipid peroxidation and antioxidant defense system (LPO-AOS) state in women with chronic viral hepatitis (CVH) showed the content of fat-soluble vitamin alpha tocopherol significant reduction. Reproductive health of women with CVH needs special attention. The objectives of this study was to determine the frequency of menstrual disorders in the group of women with CVH with marked alpha tocopherol insufficiency.

Study Design:  A case-control study.

Place and Duration of Study: A study was conducted at Scientific Centre for Family Health and Human Reproduction Problems and in the hepatological department of the Irkutsk clinical hospital of infectious diseases from 2010 to 2014. This work was performed with the use of equipment of Collective research centre “Center for the development of progressive personalized technologies for health” SC FHHRP, Irkutsk.

Methods and Results: Our study included 44 reproductive age women with CVH and comparable age 28 healthy women. All women underwent clinical examination and questionary survey. We found alpha tocopherol insufficiency in 95.5% cases of patients with CVH and menstrual disorders.

Conclusion: Our results suggest that menstrual disorders in patients with CVH may be associated with alpha tocopherol insufficiency.

Keywords:
Antioxidant protection, chronic viral hepatitis, women, reproductive age, menstrual cycle disturbances.

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Rashidova, M. A., Sholokhov, L. F., Darenskaya, M. A., Kolesnikov, S. I., & Kolesnikova, L. I. (2020). Menstrual Irregularities Frequency in Reproductive Age Women with Chronic Parenteral Viral Hepatitis and Insufficiency of Antioxidant Factors. Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 32(29), 60-66. https://doi.org/10.9734/jpri/2020/v32i2930884
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