The Effect of Pelvic Floor Muscles Exercise on Quality of Life in Females with Primary Dysmenorrhea

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DR. M. SANDHIYA, DR. PRIYA KUMARI, A. ARULYA, DR. P. SENTHIL SELVAM, DR. M. MANOJ ABRAHAM, DR. TUSHAR J PALEKAR

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Dysmenorrhoea is the most common gynaecological disorder in women of reproductive age. Menstruation is a periodic and temporary genital bleeding, lasting from menarche to menopause1.In addition, it is characteristic of primates and is defined as cyclic uterine pain. The aim of the study is to assess the effect of the pelvic floor muscles exercises on quality of life in females with primary dysmenorrhoea To evaluate the pelvic floor muscles effectiveness on the lifestyle of primary dysmennorhea females. An experimental study was conducted among the females between 18-25 years of age with primary dysmennorhea consisted of total 60 subjects is divided into 2 groups. Group A is given pelvic floor muscle strengthening exercises and group b is given another set of stretching exercises. The result of the study showed statistically significant improvement in both the groups (group A and group B) by comparing preand post-test values. Group A performing pelvic floor exercise along with stretching exercises were found to be more significant in reducing pain and in improving the quality of life among primary dysmennorhea females with t -value 5.5806and p - value less than 0.0001 Both the combined training of the Pelvic floor muscle and the stretching exercises improve the QoL of women with primary dysmennorhea

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DR. TUSHAR J PALEKAR, D. M. S. D. P. K. A. A. D. P. S. S. D. M. M. A. . (2021). The Effect of Pelvic Floor Muscles Exercise on Quality of Life in Females with Primary Dysmenorrhea. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 3111–3117. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/6030
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