dysmenorrhoea


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dys·men·or·rhoe·a

 (dĭs-mĕn′ə-rē′ə)
n. Chiefly British
Variant of dysmenorrhea.

dysmenorrhoea

(ˌdɪsmɛnəˈrɪə; dɪsˌmɛn-) or

dysmenorrhea

n
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) abnormally difficult or painful menstruation
[C19: from dys- + Greek mēn month + rhoiā a flowing ]
ˌdysmenorˈrhoeal, ˌdysmenorˈrheal adj
Translations

dysmenorrhoea

dysmenorrhea (US) [ˌdɪsmenəˈrɪə] Ndismenorrea f

dysmenorrhoea

nDysmenorrhö f
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Parameters studied were body mass index, recent weight gain, dysmenorrhoea, dyspareunia, hirsutism, galactorrhoea and serum prolactin.
With 50% prevalence of dysmenorrhoea and 10% permissible error, the sample size was calculated to be 384.
If there was dysmenorrhoea, females were asked about the location (s) of pain.
With a lack of comprehensive research for cinnamon in the management of dysmenorrhoea, the authors of the present study aimed to compare the effect of cinnamon and Ibuprofen for treatment of primary dysmenorrhoea in a sample of Iranian female college students.
Factors influencing the prevalence and severity of dysmenorrhoea in young women.
Spinal manipulation for primary and secondary dysmenorrhoea (Cochrane Review).
Dysmenorrhoea is usually classified into primary or secondary dysmenorrhoea.
Objective: To assess the effectiveness of ginger in providing relief to patients of primary dysmenorrhoea.
Effects of acupressure at the sanyinjiao point on primary dysmenorrhoea.
For dysmenorrhoea, take painkillers - the best is naproxen.