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FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT OF FUNCTIONAL HYPOGONADOTROPIC HYPOGONADISM W.S.R. MALNUTRITION AND IT’S POSSIBLE CURE BY SAHASRAVEERYADI GRANULES

*Dr. Bharti Kalia, Dr. Shashi Singh, Dr. Shweta Mishra and Dr. Ruchi Tiwari

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Puberty is beginning of adolescence. Puberty can be a stressful and concerning time for adolescents and their families, as it represents a period of significant emotional and physical changes to the body. Pubertal timing is strongly determined by genetics but it also depends on environmental factors such as body mass, nutrition, psychological factors. The onset of puberty brings a number of changes including development of primary and secondary sexual characters, growth spurts, an increase in body fat, increase in bone and muscle development. All of these changes must be supported with adequate intake of nutrition and healthy food choices and hence maintaining the healthy BMI. Typically, girls enter puberty between the age of 8 and 14 years. Delayed puberty in females means that breast development hasn’t occurred by 13 or menstruation hasn’t begun by 16. One of the commonest cause for delayed puberty is Functional Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism seen in poor nutrition intake by girls. Nutrition in childhood and early adolescence affects the timing and form of puberty with consequences of linear growth, body composition and maturation of other physiological systems. Under nutrition and low body fat or an altered ratio of lean mass to body fat seem to delay the adolescent spurt and to retard the onset of menarche. This is review article to see the effect of Sahasraveeryadi Granules in Functional Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism. Sahasraveeryadi Granules are showing promising effect in increasing BMI, balancing hormones, working both on primary and secondary sexual characters in females simultaneously, maintaining healthy HPO axis and hence attaining healthy and on time puberty.

Keywords: Delayed puberty, Functional Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism, Sahasraveeryadi Granules.


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