Study of Hormonal levels changes in women’s serum with polycystic ovaries syndrome (PCOS)

Abstract

This study was done in Fallujah Hospital and AL-Jameaa medical Lab in Fallujah city since the beginning of February of 2009 until June 2009. Hormonal changes in the serum of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) infertile women in Fallujah city and there countryside’s were studied. Forty infertile women affected with increase of testosterone were selected, twenty of them with (PCOS) compared with twenty normal women. All of the women in this study from Fallujah city and surrounded area with different ages. All women showed the same symptoms, like hair growth in face, bold voice with an increase in testosterone and increase in LH while there no differences in FSH level. The levels of Prolactin was increased at (12.5%) .In conclusion the high levels of testosterone is responsible of hirsutism studeid in women lead to presence of the secondary characters of men in women and this because of high levels of in free androgens which lead to the increase estrogen in esteron form that make a appositive feed back on LH secretion which lead to increase testosterone secretion from the ovary.