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Influence of sociodemographic architecture and heterogeneity of menopausal complaints on quality of life: a monocentric hospital based cross-sectional appraisal

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Dr. Priyanka Bharat Aglawe, Dr. Rajesh Kumar Jha, Dr. Vedprakash Mishra, Dr. Kamini Mukesh Sakore, Brihi Joshi, Aditya Chetan and Dr. Deepti Sandeep Shrivastava
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Menopause appears as an iceberg comprising a vast heterogeneity of extremely troublesome physical and psychological symptoms which profoundly affect the quality of life. The present study was undertaken to appraise the sociodemographic profile and spectrum of menopausal symptoms in women visiting OBGY O.P.D. of Acharya Vinoba Bhave Rural Hospital, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha and to evaluate the influence of menopause on QoL. This monocentric hospital based cross-sectional study was carried out between 1st October 2016 to 31st August 2018 in OBGY Department, on 330 menopausal women. Data were collected from menopause register maintained in OBGY O.P.D. QoL was assessed by Utian Quality of Life Scale (UQOLS). Out of 330 participants, maximum number attained menopause between 41-45 years (63.94%) followed by 46-50 years (26.37%), 35-40 years (09.39%) and 51-55 years (0.30%). 66.97% had Low, 30.61% had Medium and 02.42% had High socioeconomic status.90.91% were married, 08.18% widow and 0.91% unmarried. Urogenital complaints were the commonest (78.18%) followed by miscellaneous complaints (24.24%), musculoskeletal complaints (03.63%) and vasomotor complaints (0.90%). No patients with psychological problems, sleep architecture disturbances, sexuality hindrances and libido concerns were found during the study period. After assessing QoL it was found that menopause has a negative influence along with undesirable consequences on QoL. A wide spectrum of manifestations was noted but there was a knowledge constrain and awareness default regarding menopause amongst this rural population leading to underreporting. A dedicated menopause clinic with multidimensional status outcome approach is recommended to improve QoL which needs attention to be paid at...as early as possible

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