• The influence of extragenital diseases on quality of woman life in the period of late reproductive and premenopausal age with endometrial pathology

The influence of extragenital diseases on quality of woman life in the period of late reproductive and premenopausal age with endometrial pathology

HEALTH OF WOMAN.2015.1(97):127–129; doi 10.15574/HW.2015.97.127 
 

The influence of extragenital diseases on quality of woman life in the period of late reproductive and premenopausal age with endometrial pathology 
 

Kornienko S. M., Kvashenko V. P., Akimova I. K.

Institute of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Institute Planning of Family 
 

325 women aged 35-55 years with different clinical endometrial pathology were examined. Extra genital diseases burdened anamnesis of 181(55.69%) women with endometrial pathology. Correlation analysis revealed a statistically significant inverse relationship between the severity of vegetative disorders and all the estimated parameters of quality of life. The key parameters of quality of life associated with extra genital pathology in women with endometrial pathology in the late reproductive age and premenopausal patients are pain intensity, general health and vital activity; and in the structure of extra genital factors negatively affecting subjective quality of life of these patients, by far the most vegetative dysfunction, cardiac pathology and diseases of the nervous system. Thus, the presence of concomitant extra genital diseases should be considered as an adverse prognostic phenomenon for the positive dynamics of quality of life in the late reproductive and premenopausal age, which justifies the need for effective rehabilitation techniques focused on the restoring their physical and social status. 
 

Key words: endometrial pathology, late reproductive and premenopausal age, quality of life, extragenital pathology. 
 

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