Volume 65, Issue 13 (Vol 65, Supplement 1 2008)                   Tehran Univ Med J 2008, 65(13): 49-53 | Back to browse issues page

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Mosallanejad Z, Gaeini Abbas Ali, Mosallanejad Leila. The effect of continuous aerobic exercise on premenstrual syndrome: a randomized clinical trial. Tehran Univ Med J. 2008; 65 (13) :49-53
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Background: Premenstrual syndrome is one of the most incidencial problems in women’s during reproductive age. That effect personal performance in family and society status. Varied therapeutic treatment has been studied for its promotion. The main attention was to find a method without complications. This study performed with aim of assessing effect of one period of continuous aerobic exercise on premenstrual syndrome in 18-25 years female students in jahrom medical school.
 Methods: This study was a kind of semi experimental study with two group plane. Forty students were assessed for premenstrual syndrome with regular mense, without previous history of Diabetes mellitus and Thyroid, Gynecologic and psychological disease. Twenty subjects (with similar VO2 MAX) were selected and randomly divided to two experimental and control groups. Data gathering was from ILPDD questionnaire concluded 11 question about signs and symptoms of mental and physical complain related to premenstrual syndrome that filled by samples. All samples have positive five complain that four of them depend on mental symptoms of premenstrual syndrome. Intensity of quantity of premenstrual syndrome and levels of estrogen and progesterone were measured. Then, exercise regime including continuous aerobic exercise, were performed for eight weeks, with frequency of three sessions every week. At the end of 8th week, posttests were repeated in the situation similar to pretest. Analytic statistic as a Nonparametric Mann-whitney test, and nonparametric Wilcoxon signed ranks test was used for comparing variables.
Results: This study showed that after two method of aerobic exercise, somatic and effective complain was decrease in case group (p>0.05). Hormonal change in two groups was not significant.
Conclusion: Releaving aerobic experiences is effective for somatic and affective complains secondary to premenstrual syndrome and this plan can be replace by other methods of medical management.
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