Menstrual Discomforts and the Treatment Preferred by University Students

@inproceedings{Shalini2015MenstrualDA,
  title={Menstrual Discomforts and the Treatment Preferred by University Students},
  author={Sivadasan Shalini and SundarHemalatha and Wong Chui Ting and ManiamYoshita and Balasubramanian Ganesh Pandian and Abdul Nazer Ali and Kasi Marimuthu and Veerasamy Ravichandran},
  year={2015}
}
Background: Menstrual disorders are one of the major problems faced by women all around the world and may have considerable psychological and physical consequences in student community and contribute to absenteeism. Objective: This study was conducted to investigate student’s experience of and their response to menstrual symptoms and also to understand the impact of the respondents’ study background on the treatment preferred for the menstrual discomforts. Methods: The survey was carried out… 
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