Global Dysmenorrhea Market Analysed & Forecast by Black Swan Analysis in Its Topical Research Report Published at

07 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Dysmenorrhea typically occurs in female population aged 20 to 24 years, with the majority of the severe episodes affecting women aged under 25. Primary dysmenorrhea appears more often in unmarried women as compared to married ones, grows downwards with ageing, and does not seem to be associated with the line of work or physical well-being of women. Pregnancy and vaginal delivery do not obligatory alleviate the symptoms of primary dysmenorrhea. Exercise does not appear to have any significant bearing on the incidence of dysmenorrhea. Amid the related factors that enhance the dysmenorrhea risk duration and severity one can name long menstrual cycles, family history of dysmenorrhea, early age at menarche, nulliparity, smoking, and excessive weight, among others.

Comprehensive market research report “Epiomic Epidemiology Series: Dysmenorrhea Forecast in 21 Major Markets 2016-2026” drawn up by Black Swan Analysis examines the present-day 12-month dysmenorrhea prevalence in the populations across the top 21 countries like the USA, Germany, Italy, the UK, France, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Switzerland, Turkey, Croatia, Sweden, Japan, Australia, China, India, Canada, Egypt, Mexico and Brazil; split by 5-year age cohort. Alongside today’s prevalence, the publication also presents a disease review of the versatile risk factors, dysmenorrhea diagnosis and prognosis in tandem with distinctive variations based on geography and ethnicity. The study quantifies and presents the disorder’s main symptoms and co-morbidities in tandem with the overall prevalence data. These sub-populations within the dysmenorrhea are also analysed and forecasts to 2026 country-wise.

More studies by the publisher can be found at Black Swan Analysis page.


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