International Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Research

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Latha P*, B V Ravi, Roshni Sadaria


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Study of TSH and prolactin in PCOS subjects: A case control study


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Author Details : Latha P*, B V Ravi, Roshni Sadaria

Volume : 8, Issue : 1, Year : 2021

Article Page : 62-65

https://doi.org/10.18231/j.ijcbr.2021.013



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Abstract

Background: To assess serum TSH and Prolactin in women with PCOS in comparison with healthy women as controls and to find correlation between TSH & Prolactin in PCOS subjects.
Materials and Methods: A comparative study including 30 women diagnosed as PCOS and 30 age and BMI matched healthy women as controls was conducted. The age group for the study was 18-35 years. Fasting blood samples were drawn to measure serum thyroid stimulating hormone(TSH) and prolactin.
Results: Mean TSH and prolactin were found elevated in the PCOS cases compared to controls but they were not statistically significant. No significant correlation was found between TSH and prolactin.
Conclusion: We could not find any significant correlation between serum TSH and serum prolactin. Further, studies with larger number of PCOS subjects will be beneficial. However monitoring of Prolactin & TSH in PCOS should be done.

Keywords: T3, T4, TSH, Depression.


How to cite : Latha P, Ravi B V , Sadaria R , Study of TSH and prolactin in PCOS subjects: A case control study. Int J Clin Biochem Res 2021;8(1):62-65

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