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Dysmenorrhea or agonising uterine cycle is one of the most common significant reasons for school non-attendance among young girls since it influences their scholarly presentation, school and sports exercises. Dysmenorrhea is the most well-known gynaecologic issue among youth girls, with a predominance of 60% to 93%. The examination planned for evaluating the adequacy of Billig's exercise in diminishing dysmenorrhea among young girls. A quantitative methodology with the quasi-experimental design was embraced for the investigation. Sixty young girls with age between 12-17 years were enlisted by convenient sampling. The pain was surveyed by Numerical pain rating scale from both study and control gathering, After the pretest, Billig's exercise was given to the study group on the day preceding period, day one and day two of uterine cycle, 5 — multiple times for 20 minutes every day. Following one month on next uterine cycle, Post-test was done to evaluate the degree of dysmenorrhoea among the two gatherings by utilizing the same numerical pain rating scale. The mean score of post-test pain level was 1.2 in the study group, and 2 in the control group and the determined 't' esteem was 5.03. This infers that there was a more critical distinction in the menstrual agony level after taking Billig's exercise among young girls of exploratory gathering. This examination unmistakably expresses that there is a critical impact of Billig's exercise in a decrease of agony during the monthly cycle among young girls.
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