Dr. Faiza Maqsood, Dr. Rabbia Shahzadi, Dr. Natasha Wafa, Dr. Saiqa Ilyas, Dr. Khurram Khaliq Bhinder
Introduction: Over the last few years, gynaecology and obstetrics as other medical specialties have been subject to extensive changes. Objectives: The main objective of the study is to analyse the obesity and gynaecological problems in local population of Pakistan. Material and methods: This cross sectional study was conducted in Sir Gangaram Hospital, Lahore during Janaury 2019 to July 2019. The data was collected from 500 female students of different universities. The data was collected with a questionnaire. Results: The data was collected from 500 female students. The average age of the students was 19.7±0.45, and the average of Body Mass Index (BMI) was found to be 21.4±3.1. 99.2 percent of the students were single; 66.7% of them perceived their economic situation as good; and 64.6% of them stayed in the state dormitory. Conclusion: It is concluded that young womens in this study had high risk of gynecological disorders. Risk with gynecological problems can lead to worse health conditions.