Why dysmenorrhoea is a problem
Dysmenorrhoea is medical term for painful menstrual cramp of uterine origin just before the menstrual begin and usually subsided one or two days after. Most of the time it is physiological but it is often associated with endometriosis and other uterine pathology. Studies have shown the prevalence of dysmenorrhoea in female population vary from 45%-95%. It is indeed the most common gynaecological condition in women regardless of age and race and nationality.

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