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|Indu Lata, Amrit Gupta, Subhash Yadav and Swasti Tiwari|
|Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, India|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: Endocrinol Metab Syndr|
|Background: In the last few years a growing interest in vitamin D can be observed in various segments of medical field due to findings demonstrating low vitamin D status in the population and its harmful effects on various systems. Vitamin D also plays a vital role in expression of a large number of genes in reproductive tissues implicating a role for vitamin D in female reproduction. Objective: To evaluate the Vitamin D levels in infertile females to study the correlation of circulating 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25OH-D) levels with serum antimmullerian hormone in infertile females compare to fertile females. Design: Prospective study was conducted in department of Maternal and Reproductive Health in between 2014-2016 for 2 years. Patient(s): All infertile females as cases and fertile females as controls were taken after some inclusion and exclusion criteria. 35 patients were taken in each group. Intervention(s): Serum for 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25OH-D) and AMH with other infertility investigations were taken. Main Outcome Measure(s): Vitamin D levels in infertile females and correlation between 25OH-D and AMH in vitamin D deficient infertile and fertile females. Result(s): On analysis of data the Vitamin D deficiency was present in 64% of infertile female’s population. In vitamin D deficient cases (infertile females) the mean for vitamin D was 6.18± 2.09 and for AMH 1.94±1.30. In vitamin D deficient controls (fertile females) the mean for vitamin D was 4.85±3.02 and for AMH 3.47±2.59. There is no significant correlation between vitamin D and AMH levels in these two groups. On comparison of these two groups Vitamin D levels were more lower in control group than cases which was significant (P=0.04) and AMH levels were more lower in cases than control group (P=0.003). Conclusion(s): In this study, no significant correlation was found in between circulating Vitamin D and anti mullerian hormone levels.|
Indu Lata has completed her MBBS and MD (Obstetrics & Gynecology) from K.G.M.U/KGMC, Lucknow, UP, India. She is a member of MICOG, MNAMS, FICMCH and FICOG. She is working as an Associate Professor, Department of Maternal & Reproductive Health and Consultant of high risk pregnancy, infertility, maternal & reproductive medicine at Sanjay Gandhi Post-graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow, UP, India. She has published 25 publications in national & international journals, Book chapters: Five in three textbooks. She has presented more than 20 paper presentations and 30 lectures. She is a life member of various national & international academic societies. She serves as Editorial Board Member of Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine and Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research.
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