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Title The state of reproductive health of women with hyperproliferative pathology of the endometrium
Authors Nikitina, Iryna Mykolaivna  
Horban, N.Ye.
Mykytyn, Kseniia Vadymivna
Kondratiuk, K.O.
Smiian, Svitlana Anatoliivna  
Kalashnyk, Nataliia Volodymyrivna  
Gerevich, N.V.
Keywords menstrual disorders
hyperproliferative pathology of the endometrium
endometrial polyp
hyperplastic processes of the endometrium
morphological changes of the endometrium
Type Article
Date of Issue 2021
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/87708
Publisher Aluna Publishing
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Nikitina IM, Horban NY, Mykytyn KV, Kondratiuk KO, Smiian SA, Kalashnyk NV, Gerevich NV. THE STATE OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH OF WOMEN WITH HYPERPROLIFERATIVE PATHOLOGY OF THE ENDOMETRIUM. Wiad Lek. 2021;74(9 cz 1):2076-2081. doi: 10.36740/WLek202109109.
Abstract The aim: To study and analyze the dynamics of women’s reproductive health in Ukraine as a factor in population reproduction and to study the features of menstrual disorders in Ukraine in 2010-2019. In women of reproductive age with hyperproliferative pathology of the endometrium without atypia. Materials and methods: A descriptive epidemiological study was conducted using data from the departmental statistical reporting of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine on the number of cases of gynecological pathology for 2010–2019. The peculiarities of menstrual function in patients of reproductive age with atypical hyperproliferative pathology of the endometrium were studied. We examined 84 patients of the gynecological department of the Sumy Regional Clinical Perinatal Center with a diagnosis of hyperproliferative pathology of the endometrium without atypia, who sought medical help during 2017-2020 for hyperplastic processes of the endometrium in reproductive age (18 to 49 years). All patients were divided into three groups, up to group I women with endometrial hyperplasia without atypia (HGE) (n = 30); Group II – patients diagnosed with endometrial polyps (n = 30); group III included patients with combined hyperproliferative pathology (uterine body polyps and endometrial hyperplasia without atypia) (n = 24). Results: As a result of the conducted systematic analysis it was established: the higher the prevalence of PMC, the higher the frequency of diseases of the genitourinary system and some gynecological diseases. This is confirmed by the calculated coefficients of correlation of the prevalence of PMC with the frequency of diseases of the genitourinary system (r = 0.75, p<0.001), salpingitis (r = 0.63, p<0.001) and endometriosis (r = 0.42, p<0, 05). The assessment of the relative risk of gynecological diseases has shown that the greatest attention needs to be paid to improving the diagnosis of infertility and endometriosis, as well as the prevention and treatment of salpingitis and uterine cancer. When women with menstrual disorders go to the gynecologist, it is necessary to pay attention to the presence of hyperproliferative pathology, and if women have other chronic diseases, offer rehabilitation of these foci, which can further have a positive effect on reproductive health. Conclusions: The highest rates of menstrual irregularities were found in women with endometrial hyperplasia without atypia and a combination diffuse hyperplasia with endometrial polyps in contrast to patients with only endometrial polyps. Menstrual irregularities can be considered as a marker and indicator of dysfunction of the genitourinary system and the presence of a hyperproliferative process at the prehospital stage.
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