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Reappraisal on the Management of Primary Dysmenorrhoea in Adolescents
Scholars International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Primary dysmenorrhea is painful menstrual period without any underlying pathological cause. It is a common problem among adolescents. Despite the high prevalence, primary dysmenorrhea is often poorly treated, disregarded by health professionals, pain researchers, and the adolescents themselves. They may accept it as a normal part of the menstrual cycle. Increased levels of prostaglandins E2 and F2α cause dysrhythmic myometrial contraction, hypercontractility, increased muscle tone leads todoi:10.36348/sijog.2020.v03i09.001 fatcat:hvjmihds45hybi2ung45o6mqbe