Collision of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Scenarios on Specific Health Related-Quality of Life among a sample at "Maternity and Children Teaching Hospital" in Diwaniyah city –Iraq
Keywords:Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, PCOSQ, (Specific) Health-Related Quality of Life (SHR-QoL) Questionnaire.
Objectives: Study objectives to discover collision scenarios status through studying the most properties of specific health related-quality of life (SHR-QoL) of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) patients, as well as to find out relationships among redistribution of overall evaluating the contents of specific questionnaire with some related anthropometric variables concerning studied patents, such as, (BMI, and WHR), as well as socio-economic status of the studied patients.
Methodology: Specific development questionnaire of (PCOS) for women are applicable. A descriptive study of patients with PCOS are conducted, and it was starting data collection from the 6th December 2020 up to 10th May 2021from the "Maternity and Children Teaching Hospital" in Diwaniyah city–Iraq". Convenient sampling of (100) patients who were visiting to that hospital during the data are collected. In addition to that, (Alpha Cronbach-α) for the internal consistency are accounted high reliable (α = 0.8499), which indicating that (Specific) questionnaire could be applicable for the sampling population, and this confirms indirectly the sufficiency of the sample size that are selected to study the phenomenon. Pilot study has shown high reliabilities are accounted by inter and intra examiner (s).
Results: The findings of the study indicated that (SHR-QoL) for the studied patients are assigned that the observing responses were at a moderate response generally, and they are accounted for contents of studied questionnaire's main domains (Moderate, High, (Emotions, Body Hair, Weight, Infertility, and Menstrual Problems). In addition to that, relationships are accounted between an overall (SHR-QoL) redistributed by (under/upper) cutoff point regarding percentile global mean of score (PGMS) and anthropometric variables (BMI, and WHR), as well as socio-economic status of the studied patients.
Conclusion: A (PCOS) are formed a truly health problems associated with patients "Emotions, Body Hair, Weight, Infertility, and Menstrual Problems" aspects, so that patients having go down concerning (SHR-QoL), since all of studied items regarding SHR-QoL are accounted a moderate border to low evaluation, with (PGMS=51.47%), as well as weak relationships with no significant at P>0.05 are accounted between SHR-QoL and some unrelated variables, such as: anthropometric variables and socio-economic status, and according to that, it could be conclude that studied questionnaire could be take a broad view on studied target population even though differences with patients unrelated variables indeed.
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