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Teperi, Finland, English, 1989(20)

12

12 to 18

All (3370) girls born in consecutive days in July 1964, 66, 68 and 70 derived from National Population registry

Menstrual pain-mild, moderate or sever needing medication or leading to absenteeism from work or school

Questionnaire (v)

87

Y

1

3

1876

2932

64

(62.2-65.7)

Scambler, UK, English, 1985(21)

Not stated

15-44

Women registered with two health centres serving a new estate on the eastern fringes of London

Pain before or during a period in 6 weeks

Moos Menstrual Distress Questionnaire (v)

62.7

Y

1

3

24

79

30.4

(20.5-41.4)

Woods NF, USA,English, 1982(22)

5

18-35

A population of non pregnant women residing in five neighbourhoods of a large south-eastern city with varied racial composition and SE status was chosen in 1979

Dysmenorrhea undefined

Moos Menstrual Distress Questionnaire (v)

74

Y

1

3

30

179

16.8

(11.6-23.1)

Klein J, USA, English, 1981(23)

Not stated

12 to 17

Data from the national health examination survey cycle III collected between 1966-1970 by the National Centre for Health Statistics

Abdominal pain or discomfort in relation to menses

Questionnaire (v)

100%

Y

1

3

1611

2699

59.7

(57.8-61.5)

This includes occasional mild pain; 44.17% have pain sometimes or always

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