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Kessel, UK, English, 1963(54)

Not stated

17-32

Details not available

Mild, moderate, severe dysmenorrhea

Questionnaire (v)

Not stated

N

1

2

424

500

84.8

(81.3-87.8)

32.4% mild, 36.5% moderate and 15.9% severe

Golub, USA English, 1958(55)

Not stated

12 to 18

16183 girls in 16 Philadelphia public high schools which represents over 90% of the girls attending these schools, percentage of Negro students varied from school to school, ranging from 0 to 80.5%

Lower abdominal cramping pain at the time of menstrual flow

Interview (nv)

Not stated

Y

1

2

10938

16183

67.6

(66.9-68.3)

Any dysmenorrhea

Pawloski, Poland, English, 2004(56)

3

18-45

Between February 1999- December 2000, data was collected on entire community of one Mayan village; women over age 45 and those who had delivered in the last 9 months were excluded; 79 women were of Mayan ancestry, 67 were half Mayan and 31 women had no Mayan ancestry

Pain during menses sometimes or always

Interview (nv)

61.5

Y

2

1

50

177

28

(21.7-35.5)

Schmidt, Brazil, Portuguese, 2002(57)

6

12 to 19

School girls from Sao Leopoldo, 92/100 eligible as menstruating

Discomfort during periods in the last 6 months

Self administered questionnaire (nv)

90.9

Y

2

1

64

92

69.6

(59.1-78.7)

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