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Sehgal, India, English, 1971(24)

Not stated

16-25

College girls of Banaras Hindu university residing in 3 hostels inside the university campus were interviewed; 82.3% were from urban areas and 91% were Hindus; 79.5% were below 21  years of age and 5.2% were married

Dysmenorrhea- mild if girls attended to daily work without analgesics, moderate if girls could attend classes with analgesics and severe if they had to miss classes due to discomfort

Proforma (nv)

83.8

N

2

3

172

358

48

(42.8-53.4)

Weissman, USA, English, 2004(25)

12

19-45

Participants were nurses who graduated between 1963-1984. They were surveyed twice at an interval of six years (1985, 1991) regarding menstrual cycle characteristics. In 1985 80% of respondents were over 25 years old and 60% were parous and all gave informed consent. 14% of women who reported endometriosis, PID or uterine fibroids in either 1985 or 1991 were excluded

Menstrual cramps graded as none, minimal (can work, somewhat uncomfortable), moderate (can work but quite uncomfortable) and severe (miss work, have to be in bed)

Self administered questionnaire (nv)

73

N

1

2

301

404

74

(70-78.7)

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