1. Tarbiat modares university 2. Tarbiat modares university
Polycystic ovary syndrome is one of the most common endocrine disorder among women of reproductive age is the prevalence of 5-10% have been reported in various studies.
pcos is a common cindition of abnormal lipoproteins, these disorders include elevated levehs of total cholesterol , triglycerides, and apoprotein are.
a high level of cholesterol and triglycerides, a risk factor in developing high blood pressure are important.
if you donot treat pcos patients on long term risk of developing chronic hazard increases , and metabolic syndrome is one of the most important .
the prevalence of metabolic syndrome among women pcos 7-43% have been reportead.
there is possibility of these disorders in the offspring of women pcos and the risk of chronic diseases will increase in the next period.
this study is a review article. after searching in databases such as pubmed direct science and springer – google scholar – scopus – p loguest with key words such as syndrome metabolic – neonate – polycystic ovary syndrome – pregnancy .
number 10 full text of articles published between 2000 to 2016 , respectively.
studies have shown thate the amount of triglycerides and ldl in infants of women with pcos than babies born to women in the control group was lower.
and the difference in total cholesterol and hdl between the two groups do not exist.
while in other studies shown thate the amount of cholesterol and ldl in fants of women with pcos than babies born to women in the control group was higher.
in general,according to studies on serum cholesterol levels is one the components of metabolic syndrome and the metabolic syndrome in women with pcos there also,due to the lack of comprehensive studies cohort studies are needed with larger sample sizes are needed more.