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Volume 7, Issue 2 (9-2017)                   cmja 2017, 7(2): 1931-1943 | Back to browse issues page

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masumi Z, khalili A, delforooz F, faradmal J, shayan A. Comparison the effect of evening primrose oil and vitamin E on premenstrual syndrome. cmja 2017; 7 (2) :1931-1943
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Introduction: Premenstrual syndrome is a common disorder among women. This study aimed to comparison effect of vitamin E oil, evening primrose were on premenstrual syndrome.
Methods: Study was double-blind clinical trial and randomly on 70 volunteers Imam Hossein health centers in Hamadan, was carried out. After obtaining consent, the first group (n = 35) received a capsule of vitamin E (400 UI) and the second group (n = 35) capsules of evening primrose oil (each capsule 1000 mg) 3 successive doses for 60 days. As tools for collecting data were demographic questionnaire form and the daily status of premenstrual syndrome. Data using SPSS software (version 16) were analyzed.
Results: After the intervention, evening primrose consumer groups, the mean scores of stress symptoms(p=0.004), sleep disturbance(p=0.019), appetite for sweets(p=0.014), sore breasts(p=0.025), bloating(p<0.001), was dropped significantly after the intervention and in the total score of symptoms of premenstrual syndrome after intervention in the floral group (90.66 ± 64.66) and the vitamin E group was (108.84 ± 74.88), that difference was significant(p<0.05).
Conclusion: The effect of evening primrose oil in the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome was better than the drug Vitamin E, but drug Evening primrose oil can used to relieve symptoms of premenstrual.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Medicinal Plants

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