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مرکز اطلاعات علمی SID1
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دانشگاه غیر انتفاعی مهر اروند
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Author(s): 

KENNEDY S.H. | SPEROFF L.

Journal: 

LANCET

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2001
  • Volume: 

    -
  • Issue: 

    349
  • Pages: 

    1116-1116
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    1434
  • Views: 

    39151
  • Downloads: 

    32395
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Author(s): 

DOTY E.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2006
  • Volume: 

    19
  • Issue: 

    -
  • Pages: 

    341-344
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    461
  • Views: 

    23907
  • Downloads: 

    29245
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Author(s): 

FIROZI M. | ZAHEDIFARD T.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2016
  • Volume: 

    15
  • Issue: 

    60
  • Pages: 

    58-65
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    617
  • Views: 

    1419
  • Downloads: 

    613
Abstract: 

Background: DYSMENORRHEA is one of the most common complaints. Due to the importance and prevalence of DYSMENORRHEA research is necessary in this regard.Objective: This study aimed to determine the status of herbal medicine in the treatment of PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA.Methods: In this descriptive study, 117 women admitted to health centers in Mashhad were recruitment. Research tools were personal questionnaire form, information of menstrual in three-month sequential, Verbal multidimensional scale. The data collected by SPSS software using Chi-square and Descriptive Statistics were analyzed.Results: The results showed that 21.4 percent of participants used only herbal medicines and 21.4 percent used herbal and chemical medicines. A total of 11 kinds of herbs used by participants in the treatment of DYSMENORRHEA. Herbal medicines with the highest frequency were: Cumin cyminum, Anethum gravolens, Black cardamom, Shirazi Thymus Vulgaris, peppermint.According to the chi-square test there was a significant difference between severity of Pain menstrual and type of menstrual pain treatment (P=0.003).According to the chi-square test there was not a Significant differences between age, occupation, education, age of menarche and menstrual pain relief method.Conclusion: The results suggest that about 50 percent of study participants used herbal medicines as a single therapy or supplement chemical medicines. Due to the widespread use of herbal medicines in the study population, safety, effectiveness, suggestion and availability of effective drugs is recommended.

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Author(s): 

ATAOLLAHI M.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2014
  • Volume: 

    23
  • Issue: 

    83
  • Pages: 

    59-63
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    478
  • Views: 

    35861
  • Downloads: 

    32495
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Author(s): 

IACOVIDES S.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2015
  • Volume: 

    21
  • Issue: 

    6
  • Pages: 

    0-0
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    462
  • Views: 

    34123
  • Downloads: 

    29437
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Author(s): 

ABBASPOUR Z. | ROSTAMI M. | NAJJAR SH.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2004
  • Volume: 

    4
  • Issue: 

    2
  • Pages: 

    26-31
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    1214
  • Views: 

    58668
  • Downloads: 

    30562
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Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2007
  • Volume: 

    12
  • Issue: 

    3 (57)
  • Pages: 

    177-184
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    1607
  • Downloads: 

    337
Abstract: 

Background: Considering the prevalence of DYSMENORRHEA and its importance for women as well as social qualities and public tendency toward alternative complementary and herbal drugs, this study was carried out to determine the effect of Menastil on PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA on students residing in Dormitories' universities of Saveh 2005.Materials and Methods: This placebo-controlled double-blind clinical trial was performed on 72 single students between 18 and 26 years old with PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA. Data were collected through a questionnaire which included demographic factors, exercise, stress factors, use of medicines, and the McGill pain ruler for determining of pain severity. Subjects were classified into two groups of moderate (4£ Score£7) and sever (8£Score£10), base on their pain severity. Subjects with scores of less than 4 were excluded from this study. All Subjects randomly allocated into two groups (1) the experimental group who received the vials of Menastil and (2) the placebo group. Two drops of Menastil (calendula+mint) was used topically during the menstruation in the form of an abdominal massage for two months. The placebo group received the same mode of treatment with the vials contained baby oil and mint. The menstrual cramp levels were assessed, using a visual analogue scale (McGill Ruler) and severity of DYSMENORRHEAl was measured by a verbal multidimensional scoring system. Data were analyzed applying Freedman and Mann-Whitney statistical tests.Results: Demographic characteristics (age, height, weight & menstrual status) were similar between two groups. The score of dysmenorrhaea reduced in both groups. The results showed that compared to placebo, Menastil decreased more the severity of DYSMENORRHEA so that the difference between two groups was significant (P<0.0001). Also, the consumption of pain relief agents and the amount of menstrual bleeding decreased by Menastil therapy. Moreover, there was no side effect with this mode ot treatment.Conclusion: The consumption of menastil decreases PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA. The investigation of effects of long term consumption of menastil (6 months) is recommended.

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Author(s): 

JENABI E. | EBRAHIMZADEH S.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2010
  • Volume: 

    13
  • Issue: 

    1
  • Pages: 

    39-42
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    9675
  • Downloads: 

    607
Abstract: 

Introduction: PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA is a common disorder occurs in 60-93% of women in menstrual age. It is characterized by pain in the lower abdomen region which may radiate to thighs, despite no dysfunction in the genital system. The onset is in early stages of menstruation that may last by 2 to 3 days. Tranquilizers, herbal drugs and massaging are being applied as treatmentmodalities. Chamomile tea may alleviate the pain, but scientific studies have yet to be conducted. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of applying chamomile tea on DYSMENORRHEA.Methods: 80 students of Toyserkan Azad University in western Iran were enrolled in such semi-experimental study. They were randomly divided into two equal groups of study and control. Participants in the study group were asked to drink two cups of Chamomile tea a day, 1 week prior to menstruation and first five days of their menstruation cycle for a 3 month period. Data were gathered by four separate questionnaires (McGill Pain Questionnaire, Visual Analogue Scales for Anxiety, Perceived Stress Scale and The Psycho physiologic Life Adaptation Scale). They were applied before the commencement of intervention, on 1st month and 3rd month, respectively. Data analysis was carried out using Wilcoxon and Chi-square tests. Results: After 1 month of using Chamomile tea, study group had a statistically significant difference in experiencing menstrual pain, distress and anxiety compared to those of control one. There were statistically significant difference between two groups in summation of means of four questionnaires, on 1st and 3rd months of using Chamomile tea (p<0.001).Conclusion: The study finds chamomile tea an effective therapy in relieving the pain originated from PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA and its consequent psycho-social problems.

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Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2010
  • Volume: 

    5
  • Issue: 

    18
  • Pages: 

    15-21
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    1
  • Views: 

    1307
  • Downloads: 

    290
Abstract: 

Background & Objectives: PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA is one of the most common disorders in young girls. This study aims to determine the severity distribution of PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA according to its type and its effect on daily activities of dormitory students and treatment methods used by them.Materials & Methods: The study consisted of 108 single girl students of Tabriz University and Tabriz Medical Sciences University dormitories who were 18 to 22 years old, had DYSMENORRHEA without any physical or mental illnesses. Data were gathered by a questionnaires consisted of questions about demographic characteristics, medical and menstrual history, determining severity of menstrual pain (VAS using visual comparison scale. The data were analyzed by chi-square test.Results: Almost three-quarters of the cases (70%) had experienced moderate to sever DYSMENORRHEA (VAS?5). More than one-third of them (38%) declared that they often/always have been hampered by DYSMENORRHEA in their daily activities. Three-quarters of these girls took often/always painkillers for relieve pain. Severity of menstrual pain in girls whose mother or sisters had had DYSMENORRHEA, the girls who often/always hampered in their daily activities because of it and, also, the cases who suffered from spasmodic DYSMENORRHEA was significantly higher than the other ones (P<0.05).Conclusion: Moderate to severe dysmenorhea which prevent them from daily activities was more prevalent between students with PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA which should be paid more attentions.

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Journal: 

HAYAT

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2009
  • Volume: 

    15
  • Issue: 

    1
  • Pages: 

    13-19
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    1
  • Views: 

    1632
  • Downloads: 

    433
Abstract: 

Background & Aim: DYSMENORRHEA is a common problem in young women. Although DYSMENORRHEA is not life threatening, it can have adverse effects on quality of life. Various treatments are offered for DYSMENORRHEA including vitamin E supplements. This study investigated the effect of vitamin E on PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA.Methods & Materials: In this before-after clinical trial, 200 female students who suffered from PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA were recruited to the study at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences. First, they filled a questionnaire including demographic characteristics and the pain measurement chart (duration and severity). Then, they were divided into three groups: low, moderate and severe DYSMENORRHEA groups. Vitamin E (200 mg) tablets were administered to them and they were requested to have them once/day for five days (two days before and three days after the beginning of the menstruation). They filled the pain measurement chart (duration and severity) after two treatment periods. Data were analyzed using t-student, chi-square, and variance analysis tests in SPSS software.Results: The age of the students ranged 19-26 years old. The severity of DYSMENORRHEA was mild, moderate, and severe respectively in 28%, 60%, and 14% of the students. The mean of painful menstrual days was 2.05 in the first month, and 2.08 in the second month before using vitamin E. After using vitamin E, painful menstrual days were 1.63 in the first month and 1.64 in the second month. Regarding duration of painful days, all of the participants felt pain in the first day of menstruation. After using vitamin E, about one sixth of the participants in the first month and one fifth of them in the second month had no pain at first day. The severity of pain was 5.18 before using vitamin E that decreased to 3.40 after the intervention.Conclusion: Vitamin E administration in women, who suffer from PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA, significantly reduces the severity and duration of pain. It can be used as an alternative treatment method in affected women.

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