2 edition of Experimental studies on dysmenorrhea found in the catalog.
Experimental studies on dysmenorrhea
C. D. Hoffmann
|Other titles||Journal of the Florida Medical Association.|
|Statement||by C. D. Hoffman.|
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|Number of Pages||13|
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The other SR conducted by Smith et al59 addressed studies of dysmenorrhea more generally, and included ten trials. Although the authors concluded that the data were insufficient to confidently evaluate acupuncture as a treatment for dysmenorrhea, because of methodological problems in the trials, most reported positive outcomes for by: Primary dysmenorrhea (PDM), cyclic menstrual pain in the absence of pelvic anomalies, is one of the most common gynecological disorders in reproductive females.
Classified as chronic pelvic pain syndrome, PDM encompasses recurrent spontaneous painful (“on”) and pain-free (“off”) states and is thus a good clinical model to study state Cited by: 1.
Experimental and procedural pain responses in primary dysmenorrhea: a systematic review Laura A Payne,1 Andrea J Rapkin,2 Laura C Seidman,1 Lonnie K Zeltzer,1 Jennie CI Tsao1 1Pediatric Pain and Palliative Care Program, 2Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA Abstract: Primary dysmenorrhea (PD) has been the focus of a number Cited by: 2.
Dysmenorrhea, also known as painful periods or menstrual cramps, is pain during menstruation. Its usual onset occurs around the time that menstruation begins.
Symptoms typically last less than three days. The pain is usually in the pelvis or lower abdomen. Other symptoms may include back pain, diarrhea or nausea. In young women, painful periods often occur without an underlying : No underlying problem, uterine fibroids.
Other studies reported that dysmenorrhea affects up to 90% of women of childbearing age to varying degrees (Weissman, ). Pain is significant in % who report severe dysmenorrhea or pain that prevents them from participating in their usual activities.
In the United States, the annual economic loss has been estimated as million work Cited by: 8. In a retrospective study, Gao et al. analyzed results from 18 studies and found that Wenjing decoction was effective for the treatment of primary dysmenorrhea, although the quality of the evidence was relatively low due to a high risk of bias in the inclusion of the studies (Gao et al., ).
The authors concluded that further clinical trials Author: Meng Li, Jingai Bi, Baojie Lv, Weiran Zheng, Zhenzhong Wang, Wei Xiao, Yang Sun, Erguang Li.
Greta J. Kuphal MD, in Integrative Medicine (Fourth Edition), Dysmenorrhea refers to painful uterine cramping associated with menses. In addition to lower pelvic discomfort, women may also experience low back pain, radiation of pain to the anterior thighs, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, and various other symptoms starting 1 to 3 days before the onset of menses and typically.
Study aim: To assess the effect of one term of stretching exercise on primary dysmenorrhea in high school students. Material and methods: single girls aged years with moderate-to-severe. These studies show that women with dysmenorrhea have lower pain thresholds to experimental pain stimulations at both the abdomen or lower back (within the area of referred menstrual pain) and limb sites (outside the area of referred menstrual pain) (Giamberardino et al., ; Bajaj et al., ; Vincent et al., ; Iacovides et al., ).Cited by: 4.
To prepare and validate an informational pamphlet for students regarding dysmenorrhea and its treatment. Material and Methods The research approach adopted for the study was Quantitative, Non-experimental research approach using “descriptive design”.
Research variables in the study were knowledge and Size: KB. The taxonomy of primary and secondary dysmenorrhea is based upon the absence or presence (respectively) of clinically identifiable causes. In both cases, a great deal is known about the pathophysiology underlying the development of menstrual : Roger P.
Smith. The purpose of this study is to compare the maximum single dose of Aleve® (two tablets, equivalent to mg of naproxen sodium) to the maximum single dose of Tylenol Extra Strength (two caplets, equivalent to mg of acetaminophen) in the treatment.
Iacovides S, Avidon I, Baker FC. What we know about primary dysmenorrhea today: a critical review. Hum Reprod Update. Nov. 21 (6) Willman EA, Collins WP, Clayton SG. Studies in the involvement of prostaglandins in uterine symptomatology and pathology.
Br J Obstet Gynaecol. May. 83(5) Eden JA. STUDIES RELATED TO DYSMENORRHEA. Liliwat et al () conducted a study to determine the prevalence of dysmenorrhea, its associated factors and its effects on school activities among adolescent girls in a secondary school in a rural district of Selangor.
Latest Publications and Research on Dysmenorrhea Open Access Maced J Med Sci The Influence of Health Promotion on Female Students' Behaviour in SMA An - Nizam Medan about Endometriosis. Dysmenorrhea (Painful Periods) Clinical Trials. A listing of Dysmenorrhea (Painful Periods) medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.
Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area. Dysmenorrhea is a common cause of pain in young women. The discomfort of dysmenorrhea causes unstable emotions, sleep disturbances, diet changes, and increased stress and depression that can.
Modern Treatment Strategies Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are the first line of treatment by clinical specialists for Primary dysmenorrhea (PD). The most commonly used NSAIDS for menstrual pain are aspirin, ibuprofen, mefenamic acid and naproxen. They work to reduce pain in dysmenorrhea by inhibiting the action of cycooxygenase (COX), an enzyme responsible for prostaglandin : Camille Charlier.
Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) affects up to 20% of reproductive aged women.1 Endometriosis is the most common reproductive system diagnosis in women who undergo investigation for CPP.
Endometriosis is a chronic disease that is difficult to completely eradicate. Over the course of the reproductive years, women with endometriosis will often require several pharmacological and/or surgical treatments.
Neuroimaging Studies of Primary Dysmenorrhea Intan Low, Shyh-Yuh Wei, Pin-Shiuan Lee, Wei-Chi Li, Lin-Chien Lee, Jen-Chuen Hsieh, and Li-Fen Chen Abstract Primary dysmenorrhea (PDM), cyclic menstrual pain in the absence of pelvic anomalies, is one of the most common gynecological disorders in reproduc-tive females.
We examined the effectiveness of acupuncture to reduce the severity and intensity of primary dysmenorrhea. A randomized controlled trial compared acupuncture with control acupuncture using a placebo needle.
Eligible women were aged 14–25 years with a diagnosis of primary dysmenorrhea. Women received nine sessions of the study treatment over 3 by: Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Used in the Treatment of Primary Dysmenorrhea.
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The results revealed that there was a significant difference in severity of dysmenorrheal between the two groups immediately after [F=, P=] and for unto. Epidemiological studies show that overweight women are more at risk for dysmenorrhea; losing weight may help reduce the severity of cramps.
Medications can both prevent and treat painful cramps. Hormonal methods of birth control and ”anti-prostaglandin” medications like ibuprofen or naproxen started 48 hours before the onset of menses may.
ated with dysmenorrhea.4,5,9 Table 1 lists risk factors for dysmenorrhea. Behavioral risk factors are of interest because of the potential to intervene. Sev-eral observational studies6,10,11 have. on dysmenorrhea to specifically target female junior high school students (aged years), i.e., early-stage adoles-cents.
Dysmenorrhea in this study was defined as experi-encing moderate-severe menstrual pain, which adversely affects daily activities. Although a number of epidemio-logic studies on dysmenorrhea have been conducted, most.
However, the studies involved a small number of women and do not provide sufficient information regarding safety or efficacy. While a review of published studies suggested that ginger powder could have some effect [ 5 ], we do not advise dietary, vitamin, or herbal remedies for dysmenorrhea.
Introduction. Dysmenorrhea, the experience of painful menstruation, is common. 1 A study of Australian girls aged 16–18 years showed that while 93% experienced some pain with menstruation, 21% experienced severe pain, frequently associated with disruption of life activities and school absence.
2 While dysmenorrhea may be present as a sole symptom without evidence of disease, it may also be Cited by: 4. The purpose of this pre-experimental research (one-group pretest-posttest design) was to study the effects of the 4 Basics Exercise Model on dysmenorrhea for structural equilibrium changes in nursing students at Phachomklao College of Nursing, Phetchaburi Province, who were divided the 4 Basics Exercise Model for dysmenorrhea into pre- and post-test experimental groups.
dysmenorrhea (4) To associate the level of dysmenorrhea with their demographic variables. Methodology: A Pre-experimental study research was selected to conduct the study and by using purposive sampling technique, a group of 30 adolescent girls were selected for the study from BillrothAuthor: r Shanmugam, Dr.S.
Ani Grace Kalaimathi. With emphasis on data from experimental studies, this report seeks to review the available evidence regarding the role of exercise in the management of PD and menstruation-related symptomatology. Using key search terms, online bibliographical databases were searched from the beginning of.
3 Quasi-experimental. Investigating the effect of EMDR on pain intensity in patients with primary dysmenorrhea ; 2 Analogue laboratory studies. The book of the month is the latest book from Dolores Mosquera, Working with Voices and Dissociative Parts: A trauma-informed approach.
Aeromedical Considerations of Dysmenorrhea: An Aviation Medicine Clinical Practice Guideline This monograph provides an overview of dysmenorrhea and options of its management with consideration of aeromedical factors.
Important aspects of diagnosis are outlined, along with potential impact on flight : NIcole Powell-Dunford. Objectives We examined the effect of changing treatment timing and the use of manual, electro acupuncture on the symptoms of primary dysmenorrhea. Methods A randomised controlled trial was performed with four arms, low frequency manual acupuncture (LF-MA), high frequency manual acupuncture (HF-MA), low frequency electro acupuncture (LF-EA) and high frequency electro Cited by: 6.
Dysmenorrhea refers to the symptom of painful menstruation. It can be divided into 2 broad categories: primary (occurring in the absence of pelvic pathology) and secondary (resulting from identifiable organic diseases). Signs and symptoms.
A complete history should include the following: Age at menarche. Menstrual frequency, length of period. Treatment. Treating dysmenorrhea can be tricky unless a medical provider is able to pinpoint the cause of the pain. A full history and physical will need to be performed, as well as blood counts.
Wang SQ, Du XR, Lu HW, et al. Experimental and clinical studies of Shen Yan Ling in treatment of chronic glomerulonephritis. J Tradit Chin Med ; View abstract. Dysmenorrhea often significantly reduces the quality of women’s life and is still an important public health problem.
Despite numerous studies, the pathomechanism of dysmenorrhea is not fully understood. Previous research indicates the complexity of biochemical reactions between the endocrine, vascular, and immune systems. Prostaglandins play a major role in the pathomechanism of : Zofia Barcikowska, Elżbieta Rajkowska-Labon, Magdalena Emilia Grzybowska, Rita Hansdorfer-Korzon, Ka.
Dysmenorrhea, 08/31/ Page 1 of 3 HEALTH TOPICS Dysmenorrhea (Menstrual Cramps) Overview Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for painful and/or disabling menstrual cramps. This condition occurs mainly in women in their teens and early twenties and tends to get better with age. Therefore, dysmenorrhea can be defined as a bothersome or painful monthly menstrual flow.
Dysmenorrhea is more common during mid and late adolescence. Dysmenorrhea can be subdivided into primary and secondary based on whether a pelvic pathology can be identified as the cause with the former being more common than the latter among adolescents.noids and possibly eicosanoids released from the endometrium during menstruation.
The uterus is induced to contract frequently and dysrhythmically, with increased basal tone and increased active pressure. Uterine hypercontractility, reduced uterine blood flow, and increased peripheral nerve hypersensitivity induce pain.
Diagnosis rests on a good history with negative pelvic evaluation findings.This study used text-mining of a database of classical Chinese medical books to identify candidates for future clinical and experimental investigations of therapeutics for RA.
Methods. The database Encyclopaedia of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Zhong Hua Yi Dian) .