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International Journal of Advance Research in Medical Surgical Nursing

P-ISSN: 2663-225X, E-ISSN: 2663-2268, Impact Factor: RJIF 5.3
International Journal of Advance Research in Medical Surgical Nursing
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International Journal of Advance Research in Medical Surgical Nursing
2019, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A
Impact of health education on menstrual hygiene: An intervention study among adolescent school girls

Laxmipriya Mishra

Background: The expression "feminine cycle'" makes a social disgrace even today and this is because of misguided judgments coming about in unfortunate wellbeing results. Studies have demonstrated that regenerative tract contaminations are because of poor menstrual cleanliness. This can be amended by giving legitimate wellbeing training to the teenagers. This examination was intended to evaluate the impact of wellbeing instruction about menstrual cleanliness to the immature young ladies. Destinations: The point of this examination is to survey information and works on with respect to monthly cycle among immature school young ladies and its improvement after wellbeing instruction.
Materials and Methods: The interventional think about was led from June to September 2016, at Girls, Govt. Schools, Berhampur. Subsequent to getting educated assent, every one of the young ladies who have accomplished menarche and who were eager to take an interest were incorporated into the examination. Standard information was gathered utilizing self-managed surveys. multi week after benchmark evaluation, wellbeing instruction on menstrual cleanliness was conveyed utilizing power point and video introductions for length of 1 h. Follow-up information were gathered following 3 months utilizing a similar self-directed survey.
Results: The young ladies had improvement (91%) in learning with respect to the reason for period. The recurrence of changing cushions was essentially higher (86%) at the development. A huge extent of young ladies dried their underpants in daylight (82%) contrasted with (75%) at the pattern. Almost 74% of the young ladies washed their hands with cleanser in the wake of changing the sterile napkin contrasted with 41% before the mediation. There was a noteworthy improvement in various understudies washing their private parts each time utilizing the latrine (30% at pattern to 66% amid development).
Conclusions: The wellbeing instruction program brought about progress of learning and menstrual cleanliness rehearses among juvenile school young ladies. In this manner, including menstrual cleanliness as a major aspect of the educational programs may end this culture of quiet.
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How to cite this article:
Laxmipriya Mishra. Impact of health education on menstrual hygiene: An intervention study among adolescent school girls. International Journal of Advance Research in Medical Surgical Nursing. 2019; 1(1): 25-29.
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