The Serious Impaction of Hormonal Contraceptives on Serum Lipid Profile in Sudanese women in Shendi town
- Author Haghamad Allzain
- Co-Author Salma AbdElteef A.M., Abedwahab Abdeen, Mosab .O. Khalid, K. H Bakheit
- Country : Sudan
- Subject : Biochemistry
Hormonal contraceptive had many side effects include disturbance of serum lipid profile among users, which may lead to serious consequences on young women health.
The study intended to examine theimpactof using hormonal contraceptive on lipid profile of women at reproductive age.
This was a case control study conducted in Shendi town in the period from March to August, 2018 .It included sixty (6o) healthy women,forty (40) of them using hormonal contraceptive and twenty (20) as control group.
The mean of serum total cholesterol in the case group was 168.49mg/dl while it was 136.16mg/dl in the control group, with p .value 0.000, meanlevel of serum triglycerides in the case group was 120.13mg/dl compared to 106.89mg/dl in control group, with p .value 0.000.There was a significant increase in the serum LDL-c in the case group with a mean value of 88.78mg/dl, and 47.13mg/dl in control group,p .value 0.000. There is also significant decrease of serum HDL-c in case group with the mean value of 35.93mg/dl, and 95.055mg/dl in the control group,the pvalue 0.000.