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ECPB 2017, 77(1): 12–17
https://doi.org/10.25040/ecpb2017.01.012
Research articles

Comparative Analysis of Heart Rate Variability During Different Phases of Menstrual Cycle in Eumenorrhea & Dysmenorrhea Subjects

JAYAMALA A.K.1, PREETHI B.L.2, LATHA R.3, BHARATHI C.4, SHWETHA B.M.5
Abstract

Heart rate variability among eumenorrhea & dysmenorrhea subjects was compared.

Different phases of menstrual cycle in eumenorrhea subjects showed no difference in time domain parameters of HRV. In dysmenorrhea subjects there was a significant increase in parasympathetic activity in follicular phase compared to menstrual phase. This suggests the complex physiological homeostatic mechanisms plays a role to maintain autonomic balance even when the autonomic disturbances occur.

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Keywords: menstrual cycle, eumenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, Heart rate variability

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