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International Journal of Midwifery and Nursing Practice
International Journal of Midwifery and Nursing Practice
2021, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part B
Assess the effectiveness of pelvic rocking exercise on dysmenorrhea among adolescent’s girls

Beautily V and Laila Khatoon

Dysmenorrhea is drive from the Greek word’ days’ meaning difficult, ‘memo’ meaning month and ‘RRHEA’ meaning flow. Many adolescent girls have severe dysmenorrhea in the first three years of menarche. Dysmenorrhea is the most common gynecologic complaints and represents the leading cause of periodic college or school absenteeism. Pelvic rocking exercise helps to relieve back pain by strengthening your stomach muscles and improving blood flow to the uterus. The present study was aim to evaluate the effectiveness of pelvic rocking exercise on dysmenorrhea among school going girls at Kundumedu street Thirumazhsai, Thrivallur. A quantitative approach with quasi experimental research design was adopted for the present study. There is a 40 samples in which pretest conducted before intervention and post-test conducted after intervention. A demographic data and numerical rating pain scale is used in pretest but in p intervention only numerical rating pain scale is used. After intervention the experimental group value of post-test‘t’ test value is t=6.983 was found to be statistically significant at p < 0.001. Hence the findings of present study concluded that was significantly improvement in the post test the level of pain in school going girls is reduced after intervention, which clearly infers that the pelvic rocking exercise is effective on dysmenorrhea among school going girls.
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How to cite this article:
Beautily V, Laila Khatoon. Assess the effectiveness of pelvic rocking exercise on dysmenorrhea among adolescent’s girls. Int J Midwifery Nurs Pract 2021;4(2):88-91.
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