International Journal of Advance Research in Nursing
2019, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part B
A study of the menstrual pattern and problems among rural school going adolescent girls of Ganjam district of Odisha, India
Background: Beginning of feminine cycle is considered as a milestone in the development and improvement of an immature girl. The period of beginning and the example of menstrual cycles shift on various elements. After menarche numerous pre-adult young ladies faces issues of sporadic feminine cycle, over the top draining and dysmenorrhea and some more. Present investigation was conveyed in this line to discover issues. Goals: To think about the menstrual example and issues among school going immature young ladies in rustic region of Ganjam region of Odisha.
Materials and methods: The Prospective observational examination was done among chose 435 Secondary and higher secondary girls understudies (12-16 years old) of Ner Pinglai by purposive inspecting strategy. The investigation was done in the month August 2013 to February 2014. Measurable investigations were finished utilizing SPSS 16.0 adaptation.
Results: Total 435 immature young ladies had accomplished menarche. The mean period of menarche was 13.5 (1.0) years. 17.9% of adolescent young ladies announced premenstrual disorder. 81.3% young ladies had stomach torment amid monthly cycle pursued by 28.5% issue, 11% were awkward, 11% had spinal pain, 6.6% had migraine and 2.5% young ladies had despondency. 3.4% of the youthful young ladies were did not have any side effects amid menses. Dysmenorrhoea was the most well-known menstrual protest revealed by 62.3% young ladies. 33.5% young ladies have announced utilization of sterile cushions amid monthly cycle. 41.6% young ladies have detailed utilization of old garments amid feminine cycle. 21.8% had unpredictable menstrual cycle.
Conclusions: Menstruation is an essential achievement for juvenile young ladies and menstrual issues are normal among adolescent young ladies. The mean time of menarche was 13.1 ± 1.0 of years. There were 1.5 menstrual side effect per pre-adult young ladies commonest being stomach torment. Dysmenorrhoea was seen in 62.3% of the pre-adult young ladies. 33.5% young ladies have announced utilization of sterile cushions amid monthly cycle. 41.6% young ladies have revealed utilization of old garments amid monthly cycle.
Laxmipriya Mishra. A study of the menstrual pattern and problems among rural school going adolescent girls of Ganjam district of Odisha, India. International Journal of Advance Research in Nursing. 2019; 2(1): 138-141.