Association of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (Pcos) with Anthropometric Dietary Habits of Above 18 Years of Females of Bilaspur, Chhattisgarha

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a complex condition characterized by elevated androgen levels, menstrual irregularities, and/or small cysts on one or both ovaries. PCOS is a life style disorder that is influenced by ethnicity, genotype, and environmental factors. This present study is a cross-sectional study conducted among, 100 females aged above 18 years of Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh. The purposive random sampling method has been used for collecting data. Data were collected from the females based on their socio-economic status and hygiene practices along with different anthropometric variables. The aims and objective of the present study is to see the association of anthropometric variables on PCOS of studied females and also to study the impact of dietary habits on the COS of studied females. The findings of the current study indicated that there is a significant relationship between PCOS and height (r= 0.298*, p= 0.05). The study also demonstrates a positive relationship between the examined females dietary chart and their TSF, SSSF, and PBF. This study also found that the majority of females with PCOS have normal BMI. Furthermore, the females of O+ blood group (31%) is prominent in this study.