EC Gynaecology

Research Protocol Volume 12 Issue 2 - 2023

Neurotransmitter Content in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Simrok VV1* and Melnikova DV2

1Rostov State Medical University, Russia

2Clinic “Lifeline”, Russia

*Corresponding Author: Simrok VV, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology No. 1, Rostov State Medical University, Russia.
Received: July 26, 2022; Published: January 25, 2023

Women with PCOS develop disorders of the opioid system, which is manifested by changes in the level of beta-endorphins in the blood plasma of these women. The duration of PCOS affects the level of beta-endorphins in blood plasma: in the first phase of the disease, there is an increase in endorphins (duration from 1 to 5 years), in the second phase (duration of PCOS more than 5 years), the neurotransmitters system is depleted and the level of endorphins decreases.

Keywords: Neurotransmitters; Endorphins; Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

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Simrok VV and Melnikova DV. Neurotransmitter Content in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. EC Gynaecology 12.2 (2023): 27-30.