A correlative study of thyroid hormones, lipid profile and serum iron in anaemic pregnant women
Introduction: Thyroid hormones are required for regular development as properly as regulating metabolism within the person. A reduced thyroid hormone adversely influences erythropoietic system causes anaemia. Our goal turned into to evaluate the courting among serum Iron, lipid profile, and thyroid hormone function in anaemic pregnant women.
Aim: The Aim and objective of the study was to compare the thyroid hormones with lipid profile and serum iron in anemic pregnant women.
Materials & Methods:
The study consisted of 150 subjects from OPD/IPD Amaltas Institute of Medical Sciences, Dewas, Madhya Pradesh, India. The study groups were divided into two groups. Group I—100 anaemic pregnant women; and Group II—50 non-anemic pregnant women. The serum samples were collected from each subject, and levels of different biochemical parameters were estimated.
Result: It had been noted. On comparing values in thyroid hormones, Lipid profile and serum Iron among two groups, a significant difference (p<0.005) was found between few of them.
Conclusion: Screening of serum Iron levels in the first trimester may be beneficial in avoiding pregnancy complications. Further, thyroid disorders are also present. As a result, early detection of these deficiencies may make it advantageous to begin administering dietary supplements to avoid unwanted pregnancy outcomes.