Dysmenorrhea and Perceived Stress: A Review
There has been carried out numerous research earlier on the problems faced by the adolescent girls. Dysmenorrhea is the most frequent among adolescent girls and is often not treated adequately. The primary objective of this review is to provide the necessary information about the early management of dysmenorrhea and perceived stress among adolescent girls in an efficient and pragmatic manner. It also focuses on how to take proper preventive measures before the situation deteriorates. Early treatment of dysmenorrhea may decrease the growth and severity of pelvic pain in girls as well as women. Psychological stress is affected by grade, age at menarche, sanitary napkins, change frequency, menstrual restrictions, dysmenorrhea, and menstrual awareness, outlook, and practices. During adolescence, health care givers should not only pay observation to the physical exchanges of youth girls, but also give stress administration ability to handed-down them cope up with menstrual-related cover. Although additional investigation is needed to decide whether dysmenorrhea is a temporary risk element or a risk symbol of pelvic pain. The necessary information was acquired through the online search on multifarious databases namely the Web of Science, Google Scholar, Pubmed, Scopus and many more from the year of 2006 to 2021 to find out the literature. The authors screened four diverse studies for the quantitative synthesis process.
Keywords - Adolescent Girls, Dysmenorrhea, Endometriosis, Pelvic Pain, Psychological Stress, Treatment