Dysmenorrhea, or chronic menstrual pain, is the most common gynecological pain condition, affecting from 45% to 95% of menstruating women. But because it is commonly considered a normal aspect of the menstrual cycle, it is often undertreated. Dr. Lamvu considers the consequences of this misperception, and offers guidance on better evaluation and treatment.
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