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Tuhin Subhra Dutta*


Dysmenorrhea is the medical term used for menstrual cramps. It is the most common gynecological disorder regardless of age and nationality. Dysmenorrhea is a common adolescent problem occurring within a year of first menstrual period. Sometimes it is caused due to underlying causes like endometriosis, adenomyosis, PCOD‟s etc. or is caused by general uterine muscle contractions. It decreases with age and in cases of early pregnancy. When the pain is severe, it is associated with restriction of activity and absence from school or work. There are two types of dysmenorrhea; Primary and Secondary. Treatment of dysmenorrhea generally includes NSAID‟s, Simple analgesics, Herbal drugs and other dietary supplements. Exercise, yoga and having orgasm also tend to decrease menstrual pain.

Keywords: Prostaglandins, ? endorphins, progestin, Stein-Leventhal Syndrome.

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