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Effect of oral contraceptives in women on the plasma and urinary levels of vitamin B ́

Shelly Carol Kokkeler

Effect of oral contraceptives in women on the plasma and urinary levels of vitamin B ́

by Shelly Carol Kokkeler

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Written in English

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  • Oral contraceptives -- Side effects.

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    Statementby Shelly Carol Kokkeler.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[9], 35 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages35
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    Open LibraryOL14235101M

    Oral Contraceptives and Cancer Risk It does not deal with the role of menopausal hormone use or the most serious side effect of OC use—the increased risk of cardiovascular disease for certain groups of women. Oral Contraceptives Currently, two types of OCs File Size: 60KB.   Vitamin B6 Effects for Women Taking Birth Control Pills The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government.

    Estrogen and progestin oral contraceptives side effects. Healthy women who do not smoke cigarettes have almost no chance of having a severe side effect from taking oral contraceptives. For most women, more problems occur because of pregnancy than will occur from taking oral contraceptives. Oral contraceptives (OC) are widely used to prevent ovulation, implantation and therefore pregnancy. The widespread use of the oral contraceptive pills provides an opportunity for assessing their influence on various biochemical parameters i.e., enzymatic, serum lipid and proteins among users. Recent studies have shown its implication in many diseases such as thromboembolic disease, myocardial.

    1. Recording Data Sheet: All data and information of each woman in both groups (A & B) participated in this study were recorded in a recording data sheet (Appendix II). 2. Weight-Height scale: A valid and reliable weight -height scale, with a range of 1 to kilograms weight, and 1 to centimeters height was used to measure the relevant subject's data. 3. Siemens Immulite Immunoassay.   Researchers have identified a potential biological mechanism that could explain why oral contraceptives may be less effective at preventing pregnancy in obese women, as .


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Effect of oral contraceptives in women on the plasma and urinary levels of vitamin B ́ by Shelly Carol Kokkeler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction. Use of oral contraceptive pills has been associated with lower serum levels of B12 [1–15].For example, Sütterlin et al [] observed in a case-control study conducted in Western Europe significantly lower B12 levels in oral contraceptive (OC) users than in controls.A cross-sectional study from the same geographic region also observed similar results [].Cited by: 8.

Women who use oral contraceptives have impaired folate metabolism as shown by slightly but significantly lower levels of folate in the serum and the erythrocytes and an increased urinary excretion of formiminoglutamic acid.

The vitamin B12 level in their Cited by: Serum vitamin vitamin B12 levels were determined in women who were on a regimen of oral contraceptives of either the combination or sequential type and in a control group of women.

Oral glucose tolerance, urinary xanthurenic acid excretion, and plasma pyridoxal phosphate concentrations were determined in nine women taking oral contraceptives and in four controls.

THE RELATIONSHIP OF ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE AGENTS AND NUTRITIONAL WELL-BEING Vitamin B6 One of the earliest studies to deter- mine how OCAs influence vitamin B, blood levels was undertaken by Dr.

Rose, who found that women taking estrogen-progestin combina- tion agents had evidence of vitamin Address correspondence to Karen Smit Ve- ninga, W Cited by: 4.

It has been shown that women receiving oral contraceptives have increased levels of serum vitamin A. High vitamin A levels may constitute a teratogenic hazard and it has been suggested that women who conceive soon after discontinuing oral contraceptive therapy may be especially at risk to this hazard.

We have confirmed a significant increase in vitamin A levels in women taking oral Cited by: vitamin B-6, folic acid, riboflavin, vitamin C and vitamin A. Minerals include iron, zinc and copper. Most research has focused on the levels of these vitamins and minerals in the blood of women who take oral contraceptives and compared to women who don’t.

It is difficult to draw definite conclusions because blood analyses are not always the mostFile Size: KB. Plasma cortisol and cortisol binding capacity (CBC) was measured throughout the menstrual cycle in 25 healthy women aged between 20 and 35 years.

Ten women were taking an oral contraceptive containing 50 μg oestrogen and progestogen (‘combined pill’), one patient took a progestogen‐only contraceptive and 14 served as by:   Oral glucose tolerance, urinary xanthurenic acid excretion, and plasma pyridoxal phosphate concentrations were determined in nine women taking oral contraceptives and in four controls.

The tests were repeated after 4 weeks ingestion of a vitamin B6 Cited by: Levels of erythrocyte and serum folic acid and serum Bt2 (mean ± S.D.) Erythrocyte jblic acid t Total Group S (ng. /ml.).4vg. subjects NS A-none ± -t ± p A-1 ± 77 t 56 ± 64 28 A-2 ± t ± 36 A-RP ± -t t 88 B-none ± 81 ± 73 t 77 63 B-I Cited by: Oral contraceptives i.e.

the birth control pill, cause low vitamin B6 and zinc, thereby reducing serotonin levels and can increase anxiety and depression in susceptible women. Daniel Amen sees the association between the birth control pill and anxiety/depression in his practice and shared this when I interviewed him during season 3 of the Anxiety [ ].

Vitamin K‐dependent clotting factor activity was studied in young, healthy women being treated with various oral contraceptive drugs. In one series of studies, the anticoagulant response to a dose of bishydroxycoumarin was diminished following treatment with an estrogen‐progestin mixture; the metabolism of the anticoagulant was by: Levels and ratios are overall lower in hormone dose per cycle than monophasic pills, and levels are more similar to those during the menstrual cycle, with a reduced dose of progestin Estrogen levels are generally 20 to 50 micrograms (most frequently 30 to 35 micrograms) these are called "low dose" pills.

The Effect of Oral Contraceptives on Women Balance The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.

Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Oral contraceptives should be used with caution in women who have diabetes because: A. the progestin content in the oral contraceptive increases plasma glucose levels. the estrogen content in the oral contraceptive increases plasma glucose levels.

the progestin content in the oral contraceptive reduces plasma glucose levels. The continuous use of synthetic hormones as contraceptive pill or hormonal replacement therapy among women is increasing day by day. The widespread use of different formulations as oral contraceptives by women throughout their reproductive cycle has given rise to a serious concern for studying the effects of oral contraceptives on enzymatic profile and DNA damage in peripheral blood Cited by: 1.

“Effect of vitamin E and C supplements on lipid peroxidation and GSH-dependent antioxidant enzyme status in the blood of women consuming oral contraceptives” Authors: F. Zala, Z Mostafavi-Pour. Clinical, biochemical and nutritional data were collected from a large population of women using oral contraceptive agents.

Higher incidence of abnor We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of by: Vitamin-A and carotenoid levelsexpressed as tLg/ ml of plasma.

mean values and standard errors of the mean are shown to-gether with a comparison ofthe two groups. All the results are shown in Figs. 1 and 2. Vitamin-A levels were significantly 75 0 so T0" VITAMINA 0 0 0 0 0% 0 0 00 0 8 0 v00 tr pill [3 ubject-5 days 0 Cited by: HORMONAL CONTRACEPTIVES.

Combined oral contraception — Chronic use of oral contraceptives at contemporary doses will slightly increase the systemic blood pressure (BP) in most women and may have other adverse effects on cardiovascular risk.

Early epidemiologic studies using high-dose estrogen found a mean elevation in BP of 3 to 6/2 to 5 mmHg, with approximately 5 percent of women developing. Objective: Concentrations of plasma neutral amino acids, i.e. threonine, serine, asparagine, glycine, alanine, citrulline, α-aminobutyric acid, valine, methionine, isoleucine, leucine, tyrosine, phenylalanine, and tryptophan, and serum cholesterol, were determined at the follicular (Day 4), mid-cycle (Day 16) and luteal (Day 25) phases of the menstrual cycle in 15 users of the new Cited by:   Abstract and Introduction.

studied the associations between 1) current use of oral contraceptives (OCs) and 2) glucose levels, insulin .The reduction in the doses of Levonorgestrel/ethinyl estradiol containing contraceptives from μg (EE) and that of μg (levonorgestrel) resulted in the less adverse effect on the lipid profile and have been suggested to lower the incidence of thrombosis as compared to other EE based contraceptives (Skouby et al., ).