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International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences

2022, Vol. 6 Issue 4, Part I
A clinical study to assess the effectiveness of Abroma Augusta mother tincture in relieving the pain intensity and quality of life in college going female students of Sangareddy with primary dysmenorrhoea using numerical rating scale
Author(s): Dr. Sreevidhya JS and Sadhu Supriya
Abstract:
Primary dysmenorrhea is characterised by menstrual pain that does not have a known aetiology. Dysmenorrhea can interfere with daily activities and have a negative impact on a woman's quality of life. Increased prostanoids, particularly prostaglandins, produced by the cyclooxygenase pathway are likely the cause of the pathophysiology of primary dysmenorrhea. Anaerobic metabolites are produced as a result of the elevated prostaglandins, which also generate uterine contractions that reduce blood flow and activate pain receptors and cause pain.
In this study, 30 subjects presenting with primary dysmenorrhea with Abroma Augusta symptoms were randomly chosen. The variety of symptoms was used to gauge improvement both before and after therapy using visual numerical rating scale. Out of 30 cases, 16 had significantly improved, 13 had a modest improvement, and 1 had not improved at all. In this study, the efficacy of Abroma Augusta tincture in treating primary dysmenorrhea in adolescent girls is evaluated. The study that was conducted was economical, safe, and effective.
Through this study, we got a general understanding of primary dysmenorrhea and the efficacy of Abroma Augusta in reducing the severity of pain.

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Dr. Sreevidhya JS, Sadhu Supriya. A clinical study to assess the effectiveness of Abroma Augusta mother tincture in relieving the pain intensity and quality of life in college going female students of Sangareddy with primary dysmenorrhoea using numerical rating scale. Int J Hom Sci 2022;6(4):580-583. DOI: 10.33545/26164485.2022.v6.i4i.712
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