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Barnard, USA, English, 2003(6)

12

28.5-43.1

Participants were a nationally representative randomly selected sample of women veterans who had made at least one ambulatory visit to a Veterans Affairs facility between July 1 1994 and June 30, 1995

Periods painful enough to interfere with usual schedule in the last 6 months

Structured questionnaire including SF 36

58.4

Y

1

3

682

1736

39.2

(37-43.6)

Gordley, USA, English, 2000(7)

Not stated

18-21

Eligible military and civilian women employed at 10 US Air force bases with a mean age of 29.4 years and mean age at menarche 12.7 years agreed to participate in all aspects of the total study; 61.8% were Caucasian, 56.8% were either married or had a permanent partner and were well educated, 8.2% smoked

Need for bed rest or missing work due to menstrual pain ever

Questionnaire (nv)

60.3

N

1

3

53

170

31.2

(24.3-38.7)

Holmlund U, Sweden, English, 1990(8)

Not stated

25-26

All girls attending a classroom session in 1973 in 8th grade in the city of Norrkoping, a medium size Swedish city

Severe dysmenorrhea undefined

Attitude interest schedule, Cesarec Marke Personality Schedule (v)

73

Y

1

3

150

357

42

(36.8-47.3)

23/150 (15%) had dysmenorrhea  that limited their daily activity

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