With the cooperation of Mukogawa Women's University student public relations staff, we received valid responses from 503 people (via internet research).
We would like to inform you of some results of the menstrual truth survey.
Honest survey on female college students' menstruation TOPICS・94% of female college students have menstrual pain.
Most female college students experience menstrual pain.
・Of the changes in physical condition during menstruation, 73.8% said ``My stomach hurts.''
More than half of the respondents said they felt “frustrated.”
・63.2% of female college students have irregular periods, which is higher than the 32.8% who have regular periods.
・99.8% of items used during menstruation are paper napkins.
Tampons account for 9.4%, cloth napkins account for 1.0%.
・1st place for coping during menstruation: ``Take menstrual pain medication'' 2nd place: ``Sleep as much as possible'' 3rd place: ``Warm up your body.''
・4.4% of female college students attend obstetrics and gynecology, and 3.8% of female college students take the pill, which is a minority.
Honest survey on menstruation among female college students Survey overview・Survey method: Internet research ・Survey target: Female college students (as of March 2019) ・Number of valid responses: 503 samples ・Survey date and time: March 19, 2019 to March 26, 2019
94% of female college students experience menstrual pain.
When we asked female college students how heavy their menstrual pains are, 18.5% said they were "heavy," 33.8% said they were "rather heavy."
94% of female college students have some kind of menstrual pain, with 26.2% saying it's "rather mild" and 13.7% saying it's "mild," and 94% saying they don't have any menstrual pain at all.
It turns out that only 6.0% of the students are female university students.
Most female college students experience menstrual pain
Among the changes in physical condition during menstruation, 73.8% said ``My stomach hurts.''
When female college students were asked if their physical condition changes during menstruation, overwhelmingly 73.8% said their stomach hurts, followed by 57.1% who said their lower back hurts.
``I feel irritated'' by 54.7%, ``I feel sleepy'' by 51.5%, ``I have rough skin'' by 39.2%, ``I get diarrhea'' by 32.0%, ``I'm concerned about smells'' by 26.8%, and
14.9% of female college students “fall asleep”.
More than half of the respondents said they felt irritated and sleepy.
Only 1.4% of female college students experience any changes during menstruation, and an overwhelming majority of female college students experience physical and mental discomfort during menstruation. I found that there are many
63.2% of female college students have irregular periods, which is higher than the 32.8% who have regular menstruation every month.When female college students were asked if their physical condition changes during menstruation, 47.5% said ``Sometimes it's irregular'' and 15.4% said ``Always irregular''. It was found that approximately 70% of women are ``anxious'' or ``anxious but not doing anything'' when their periods become irregular.
1st place for coping during menstruation: ``Take menstrual pain medicine,'' 2nd place: ``Sleep as much as possible,'' 3rd place: ``Keep your body warm.''When asked what they are doing to deal with the problems they face during menstruation, 54.1% of female college students said they "take medication for menstrual pain," and 31.4% said they "sleep as much as possible." 30.4% said they "warm their body," indicating that menstruation is a time when you want to reduce pain and warm your body as gently as possible.
Only 4.4% of female college students say they are attending an obstetrics and gynecology clinic, and 3.8% are taking the pill, which is a minority.
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