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Wilson, USA, English, 1989(4)

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All new female students entering a large independent coeducational secondary school answered a questionnaire about their menstrual history as part of health record in 1980 and 1981, follow up questionnaires and menstrual calendars were obtained on 3 separate occasions, mean age 15.45+/- 1.11 years, mean age at menarche 12.57+/-1.12 years, 72.5% with regular cycles, 250 boarders and 64 day students, 313 white and 14 black students

Dysmenorrhea divided into mild, moderate and severe type (current)

Questionnaire (v)

Not stated

N

1

4

185

327

56.6

(51-62)

76//185 (41.1%) took prescription or non prescription medication for dysmenorrhea95 (31.7%) had mild 45(15%) had moderate and 17 (5.7%)had severe dysmenorrhea

Andersch B, Sweden, English, 1982(5)

Not stated

19

A sample of 1in 4 women born in 1962 (out of 2621), residing in Gothenburg city was obtained from the population register and these women were invited to participate in 1981; 3.1% used IUD and 10.1% women had been pregnant once.

Painful menstruation with severity defined by verbal multidimensional scoring system

Questionnaire (v)

90.9

Y

1

4

432

596

72.4

(68.7-76)

15% suffered from dysmenorrhea that limited daily activity

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