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IJHRS. 2016; 5(1): 37-42

Home based Exercise management in Primary Dysmenorrhea

Ananda Vaiyapuri, Loganathan Chandrasekar, Unikrishnan Radhakrishnan, Rekha Kaja.

Background: In recent years researchers have made important discoveries for reducing pain during painful menstruation. Dysmenorrhea causes considerable personal and family disruption. Exercise seems to reduce menstrual symptoms, including pain. In this study, exercise has been given to reduce the pain and make them physically active during menstruation.
Objectives: To find the effects of Home Exercise in Primary Dysmenorrhea
Materials and methods: Experimental study was taken up among the 20 subjects suffering from primary dysmenorrhea, based on the inclusion and exclusion criteria. The exercise intervention was given during the menstrual cycle for 3 days, after that Questionnaire was administered to assess the intensity of pain who were suffering from primary dysmenorrhea. Numeric Pain Rating Scale has been used as to assess pain level as the pretest and posttest.
Results: Paired t-test used to compare the outcomes within the group for numerical pain rating scale(P

Key words: Primary Dysmenorrhea, Home Exercises Programme, Pain

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