Hormonal support of menstrual function and features of the balance of sex hormones in women of childbearing age with changes of reproductive health and autonomic homeostasis disorders
Keywords:women of childbearing age, violation of vegetative homeostasis, disorders of reproductive health, menstrual function, gonadotropin hormones, sex hormones
The results of the study of hormonal menstrual function in women of childbearing age with autonomic homeostasis disorders and various changes in reproductive health are shown. Studies concluded 360 women with disorders of autonomic homeostasis such as autonomic dysfunction syndrome and somatoform dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system. Hormonal support of menstrual function and features a balance of sex hormones was studied in women with disorders of autonomic homeostasis and various changes in reproductive health (women after artificial abortion, infertility women and women with uterine leiomyomas).
It was found that the combination of changes in reproductive health with such disorders of autonomic homeostasis syndrome as somatoform autonomic dysfunction and autonomic nervous system dysfunction is accompanied by significant changes in the regulatory mechanisms of menstrual function of women and relationships of stress-associated hormones, that is enhances the reproductive health of surveyed women.
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