Experimental and procedural pain responses in primary dysmenorrhea: a systematic review

@inproceedings{Payne2017ExperimentalAP,
  title={Experimental and procedural pain responses in primary dysmenorrhea: a systematic review},
  author={Laura A Payne and Andrea J. Rapkin and Laura C Seidman and Lonnie K Zeltzer and Jennie C. I. Tsao},
  booktitle={Journal of pain research},
  year={2017}
}
Primary dysmenorrhea (PD) has been the focus of a number of experimental pain studies. Although a number of reviews exist, few have critically evaluated the existing body of research on PD and experimental and procedural pain. Data from 19 published research articles that include women with PD and responses to an experimental or procedural pain stimulus (or stimuli) suggest that women with PD may have elevated pain reactivity, as compared to women without PD. This pattern appears to be true… CONTINUE READING
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