International Journal of Zoology Studies

International Journal of Zoology Studies


International Journal of Zoology Studies
International Journal of Zoology Studies
Vol. 4, Issue 3 (2019)

Primilinary study of affinity of estrogen on mood swings among females of Hyderabad, Sindh Pakistan


Muhammad Junaid Khilji, TJ Ursani, JA Khokhar, Samina Malik, Naheed Shah, Nasir Uddin Shaikh

The main aim of the present study was to find out estrogen level with respect to menstrual cycle and effects on mood swing among girls. The proposed study was descriptive in nature. The target population of the study was comprised on 100 girls with range of age in between 13-22 years. During present study mood swing were observed through questionnaire and blood investigation of estrogen level in three phases. Data was collected during January 2016 to December 2016 from schools and colleges of Hyderabad region for the first time. This study is based upon three phases these were as Phase I showed observation before menstruation. Phase II showed observation during menstruation and Phase III showed observation after menstruation. In findings headache, depressive mood, mood change, sleep problem, mental confusion, irrational anger, tension, showed lack of motivation and increased fatigue. The obtained consequence of laboratory and questionnaires clearly indicates the estrogen levels have strong impact on mood swings in girls. This study is carried out first time from Hyderabad and has excellent impact on school and college girls. Majority of the girls goes to stress due to unawareness about the facts of menstrual cycle, which is a biological phenomena. The girls take it serious and go to stress and create other conceptions in their mind. This study will be help them during menstrual cycle and will aware them about this biological process.
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Muhammad Junaid Khilji, TJ Ursani, JA Khokhar, Samina Malik, Naheed Shah, Nasir Uddin Shaikh. Primilinary study of affinity of estrogen on mood swings among females of Hyderabad, Sindh Pakistan. International Journal of Zoology Studies, Volume 4, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 05-08
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