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*Dr. Madhu M., Dr. Usha Patil and Dr. Jyoti Kumbar


The female body undergoes series of physical changes during Puberty initiated by hormonal signals from brain to the gonads and capable of sexual reproduction. The major landmark of the puberty in females is Menarche. The Menarche is onset of menstruation which occurs around 12 years of age. The normal menstrual cycle is boon for every girls, but if abnormal causes many complications including Infertility. The commonest abnormal menstruation is reported to be Dysmenorrhoea. Dysmenorrhoea is painful menstruation which is of two types- Primary and Secondary. As there are many myths about the menstruation, there are good number of myths about dysmenorrhoea too. Myths surrounding the menstruation exclude the women and girls from many aspects of social and cultural life. Some of these are helpful where few have potentially harmful implications.

Keywords: Menstruation, Dysmenorrhoea, Myths, Facts.

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