The Impact of Normal Physiological Fluctuation of Progesterone Hormone on Peak Expiratory Flow Rate in Premenopausal Women in A sample of Iraqi

Ameerah Jasim M. Ameen, AL Mottesmbellah Abdelruhman Gaiz, Afaf K shweekh, Monqith Abdulmohsin AL-janabi


This study was performed to determine normal physiological fluctuation of serum progesterone Hormone on peak Expiratory Flow Rate (PEFR %). The study involved 50  healthy  in  follicular  phase  (group  A)  and  59  healthy premenopausal  women  in luteal phase (group B). PEFR % was higher in luteal phase in compared to follicular phase of premenopausal women, the relationship was  significant (p<0.01, r= 0.992).Serum progesterone level was higher in luteal phasein compared to follicular phase of  premenopausal  women  (P<0.05).  There  were  a  significant  positive  correlation between PEFR % and progesterone level in group A (P<0.01, r= 0.859)) and group B  )p< 0.01, r= 0.995).Therefore, the normal cyclical progesterone hormone level should took considerably in interpretation of PEFR% .

Keyword: progesterone Hormone, peak Expiratory Flow Rate, follicular phase, luteal phase

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