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Menstrual Needs Study – UNIMELB

Menstrual Needs Study – UNIMELB

Menstrual Needs Study – UNIMELB

Please note that all surveys submissions have been obtained. We will keep this page updated with the future findings of this study when it becomes available.

Exploring the physical, psychological, social, and medical needs of young women with heavy menstrual bleeding and pain

This survey by the University of Melbourne aims to identify the needs of young women with painful periods and heavy bleeding.

Your responses to these questions will help us to develop tools that can improve the experience of young women and also will be a precious source for improving the quality of life of young women who suffer from painful periods and heavy bleeding.

If you are a young woman (aged 16-24y) who experiencing pelvic pain or heavy bleeding when you have your period, we want to know about your physical, medical, emotional, and social needs, as well as the impact of COVID-19 on your menstrual cycle.

 

This study involves completing a 30-40 minute online survey.

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