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A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PLANNED TEACHING PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE OF POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME(PCOS) AMONG THE ADOLESCENTS GIRLS IN SELECTED JUNIOR COLLEGES OF SANGLI, MIRAJ, AND KUPWAD CORPORATION AREA

Sheela Ghorpade S. Y. M. Sc (n) and Archana R. Dhanawade*

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Adolescents have significant energy and drive with innovative ideas. The future productivity of any nations is fully dependent on the adolescents. Hence, it is essential that healthy development of adolescents need to be carried out in positive manner.[1] Polycystic ovarian syndrome – A Metabolic malady, the mother of all lifestyle disorders. This affects 1 in 15 women worldwide, is a major economic health burden that is likely to expand together with obesity. Shows sign and symptoms like excessive facial or body hair, infrequent periods and infertility after marriage.[2] Early recognition and prompt treatment of pcos in adolescents is important to prevent long term sequel. More research is necessary in order to find answer too many clinical and the theoretical aspects of the syndrome.[10] Methodology: one group pretest posttest research design was used for the study. Results: It was found that there is no significant association between the type of family, religion, diet pattern, monthly income, and information source about pcos. It was found that planned teaching programme related to PCOS is effective to increase the knowledge of adolescent girls. Conclusion: The findings indicated that favorable attitude can be seen in the adolescent girls to avoid & prompt treatment of PCOS.

Keywords: adolescent girls planned teaching programme & polycystic ovarian syndrome.


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