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Primary Dysmenorrhea and Serum Magnesium In Young Girls A Pilot Study

  title={Primary Dysmenorrhea and Serum Magnesium In Young Girls A Pilot Study},
  author={Chhabra and Gokhale},
Background: Dysmenorrhea or painful menstruation is one of most common gynecological complaints, leading cause of periodic morbidity in adolescents. Almost every young girl, experiences this pain at some or other time in her life. Inspite of an overall high prevalence, disorder continues to be paid scant attention. There is scarce visible research, though dysmenorrhea, premenstrual tension affects millions of girls globally. Magnesium, because of its nutrient action on body systems might be… 

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