Health Seeking Behavior, Perceptions and Experiences Regarding Menarche and Menstruation amongst Pakistani Adolescent Girls Attending Public versus Private Schools
Keywords:Health seeking behavior, Young adolescent, Menarche and Menstruation.
The study's goal is to evaluate young girls' health worries about menstruation as a disease throughout socioeconomic eras. People's perceptions of normal physiological, hormonal, and physical changes are influenced by culture, education, economic situations, social customs, and living standards. Adequate and timely information can help schoolgirls with reproductive health issues. According to the study, private school girls exhibit superior conduct, views, and experiences than public school girls. Regular health education is required for schoolgirls to enhance their awareness and knowledge. Awareness among young girls has the potential to enhance MDGs linked to women and reproduction. Good community health education will improve the health of females and girls, who are frequently overlooked in poor countries.
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