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Vakilian K, Davod Abadi M, Gholami R. Exersise corelation with pattern dysmenoreha in femal student of Arak medical universityin 1389-90. cmja. 2015; 5 (3) :1214-1223
URL: http://cmja.arakmu.ac.ir/article-1-336-en.html

Assisstant Preofessor Arak Medical Sciences , dr.kvakilian@arakmu.ac.ir
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Introduction: For the treatment of primary dysmenorrhea symptoms of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have been used. But drugs are not favored due to gastrointestinal side effects, so the use of complementary medicine techniques such as electrical stimulation, dietary supplements such as calcium, magnesium, vitamin E, and exercise is concerned. Studies on the pain of dysmenorrhea done but few studies have been done on the pattern of dysmenorrhea.

Methods: This study is a case-control study on 200 patients (69 cases and 131 controls) were analyzed. Inclusion criteria were single people, 20 to 30 years, the onset of menstruation before age 21, have regular menstrual cycles, regular exercise at least 2 days a week for one year in the case and had no history of uterine disease. After receiving a referral from Management University dorms sampling was done. Gathering tool were Scale pain, Wong-Baker Faces Pain Rating (WBS), and severity related symptoms were assesd by Verbal multidimensional scoring system (VMS). &chi2, T- test and Odds ratio were used for analysis...

Results: exercise group had 13 times the chance of pain in the group without exercise. 52 (75.36) percent of case group and 128 (97.71) percent in control in the first day had pain (p=00.1). Consumption of analgesia on the second day in case group 19.0 ± (0.55) and control 0.71 ± 0.1 the difference was statistically significant (p=001),but a significant difference was not seen in the group in the bleeding and reduce the symptoms of dysmenorrhea in the first 3 days.

Conclusion: It seems that exercise can improve the pattern of dysmenorrhea pain, pain, painkillers are effective, but not effective on the amount of bleeding and associated symptoms.

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