Dysmenorrhea|OMICS International|Primary Health Care: Open Access

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Dysmenorrhea and menstrual pain are often experienced by women in their ovulatory phase. It may start soon after their first menstrual cycle and persist to their late 40 s. In the USA, 30-50% of women in their menstrual cycle suffer from moderate to severe dysmenorrhea and menstrual pain, and 10-20% of them complain of such severe pain that they cannot lead a normal life . In Korea, dysmenorrhea and menstrual pain are the most frequent causes of missing work or classes.
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Last date updated on January, 2021