Modern aspects of patology in puberty period

Authors

  • Orysia Kovalyshin Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine, Kyiv

Keywords:

reproductive health, menstrual function, puberty, menstrual disorders, pubertal uterine bleeding, amenorrhea, pathological birth

Abstract

DOI: 10.52705/2788-6190-2022-01-4
УДК 618.17/.5-06:618.172-008.6-053.6

The woman’s health and its integral component – reproductive health – are largely determined by the conditions of her development in the womb, during the neonatal period, childhood, and adolescence.
The article provides an analysis of modern research on the relationship of reproductive dysfunction since its inception, where there is a clear tendency to increase the number of patients with puberty pathology. The low level of somatic and reproductive health before pregnancy causes a high frequency of complicated births, leading to a deterioration in the development of subsequent
generations.
The woman’s reproductive system is the most dynamic biological object, which is extremely sensitive to adverse external and internal factors by the emergence of new adaptive reactions that acquire, under certain conditions, the properties of the pathological process. At the same time, many issues of the pathogenesis of fertility disorders have not been fully studied and remain
controversial. Accordingly, not only the development of informative methods for assessing the state of the reproductive system, but also the problem of restoring reproductive health are becoming increasingly important. In such conditions, to improve the indicators of female reproductive health at all stages of its formation, it is necessary to improve and optimize the provision of gynecological and obstetric care.

Author Biography

Orysia Kovalyshin, Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine, Kyiv

Department of obstetric, gynecology and perinatology of P.L. Shupyk National Healthcare university of Ukraine

Published

07.04.2022

How to Cite

1.
Ковалишин О. Modern aspects of patology in puberty period. par [Internet]. 2022 Apr. 7 [cited 2022 Jun. 27];2(1):36-49. Available from: http://par.org.ua/index.php/par/article/view/63