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Hirata, Japan, Japanese, 2002(26)

1

18 to 21

Of the college students, 34.8% of them belonged to the underweight group (BMI < 19.8), 53.8% to the normal group (19.8 < or = BMI < 24.2) and 11.4% were overweight (BMI > or = 24.2)

Menstrual pain regularly, sometimes or seldom

Questionnaire (nv)

84

Y

1

2

1876

2282

82.2

(80.6-83.8)

Walraven, Gambia, English, 2002(27)

Not stated

15-54

20 villages were randomly selected for inclusion in the study, no specific exclusion criteria; 72% response rate15-54 year old women

Pain with menstrual periods that prevents normal activities in the last 3 months

Semi-structured interviews

72.3

Y

3

2

85

607

14

(11.3-17)

Larroy, Spain, Spanish 2001(28)

1

13-52

Women from urban and rural areas of Madrid were recruited from schools, universities, clinics, women's association, community centers, 0.4% were uneducated, 23.4% studied upto primary school level, 58.3% went to secondary school and 17.9% were university educated, women who used OC or IUD or had gynaecological disease excluded

Pain during menstruation without presence of any organic disease

Larroy's questionnaire (v)

Not stated

Y

1

2

859

1387

61.9

(59.3-64.5)

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