This information has come from a survey done by a gynaecologist from Navi Mumbai. According to the doctors, the number of school girls with ovarian problem is increasing. Owing to which, the doctors are trying to find a solution for this serious issue.
Dr Bandita Sinha, a Gynaecologist in Vashi, Navi Mumbai, conducted a survey of 600 girls, in the Navi Mumbai schools and colleges, in the age group of 11 to 19.
- Do you consume junk food?
- Do you exercise regularly
- Do you eat nutritious diet?
- Are your menses irregular?
- Do the parents exercise regularly?
The survey revealed:
- 50 per cent girls were over weight
- 34 per cent girl’s weight was in check
- 767 per cent of girls gained weight suddenly over years
- Ovarian problem and irregular menses was found in 66 per cent of girls from the age group of 14 to 16
Dr Bandita Sinha, a Gynaecologist, world woman clinic said, “Due to faulty lifestyle, out of 5, one girl suffers from ovarian problem. Excess use of TV, internet, sitting on one place causes hormonal imbalance, it can also Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). 600 girls were surveyed, which revealed, 40 to 60 per cent of girls suffered from ovarian problem.
Dr Rajashree Katke, medical superintendent and gynaecologist of Cama and Albless Hospital said, “Girls who hit puberty do not play outdoors. They are just addicted to the Internet and smartphones. Sedentary lifestyle and faulty food habits can cause hormonal imbalance which causes PCOS. And the number of girls and woman suffering from it is increasing.”