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International Journal of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology

2021, Vol. 5, Issue 5, Part D

Impact of dysmenorrhea on budding medical graduates from Sub-Himalayan India
Author(s): Dr. Charu Maggo, Dr. Seema Sharma and Dr. Anshul Sharma
Abstract:
Background: To ascertain the associated risk factors, severity and the impact of dysmenorrhea on life of medical students.
Methodology: A cross sectional study was conducted for three months using a predesigned questionnaire, VAS and BMI was determined for all the participants.
Results: Of the total study sample 113(75.3%) reported having dysmenorrhea which was significantly higher in those who pass clots and had a positive family background of dysmenorrhea (p = < 0.05). Of the total girls experiencing dysmenorrhea, a major proportion (56%) was found to suffer from moderate to severe pain, 68.14% girls have moderate to clearly inhibited working ability, 64.6% have few to apparent systemic symptoms. 56.6% girls use analgesics in each cycle. 54% of them reported a loss of > 2 hrs each day primarily due to dysmenorrhea. 13.3% of them reported a loss of even > 20 hrs.
Conclusion: Significant extent of female medical students are found to experience the ill effects of dysmenorrhea of moderate to extreme force. Family history and presence of clots were noteworthy hazard variables for dysmenorrhea.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Charu Maggo, Dr. Seema Sharma, Dr. Anshul Sharma. Impact of dysmenorrhea on budding medical graduates from Sub-Himalayan India. Int J Clin Obstet Gynaecol 2021;5(5):202-205. DOI: 10.33545/gynae.2021.v5.i5d.1039
International Journal of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology