Studi Literatur About Adolescent Knowledge About Primary Dysmenorrhea Treatment
The incidence of dysmenorrhea itself according to the World Health Organization (WHO) is quite high throughout the world. On average in European countries, dysmenorrhea occurs in about 45-97% of women. With the lowest prevalence in Bulgaria (8.8%) and the highest reaching 94% in Finland. In Indonesia, the figure is estimated at 55% of productive women whose activities are disrupted by dysmenorrhea. This type of research is Literature Review using databases including Google Schoolar, ScienceDirect, GARUDA and Research Gate. This article search used the PEOS formula. There are research results showing that respondents have a good level of knowledge, sufficient and less. Respondents handled dysmenorrhea by consuming anchovies painkillers, compressing warm water, eating nutritious foods, exercising lightly and reducing caffeine consumption.
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