Usman Ali, Zeeshan Hameed, Sher Aziz
Objective: This research work aimed to find out the awareness and various attitudes towards the process of mensuration among females of younger age. Methodology: This descriptive research work carried out in Mayo Hospital, Lahore and its remote areas from March 2019 to February 2020. The selection of the 500 females carried out from remote areas of hospital and students of this institute with the help of non-probability sampling technique. All the selected females were in their menstruating age regardless of their marriage and education level. Females present with the abnormalities in menstruation process or suffering from other gynecological problems were excluded from this research work. We recorded all the information of a well-organized Performa. SPSS V. 22 was in use for the statistical analysis of the collected information. Results: Out of total five hundred females, 87.60% (n: 438) females regarded the process of menstruation as normal process, while 12.40% (n: 62) females thought this as God’s curse. Out of total five hundred participants, 83.0% (n: 415) females stated that this process is beneficial for health; however, 17.0% (n: 85) felt that this incident was not healthy. Conclusion: Faulty perception, un-acknowledgement and unsecure practices about the process of menstruation are very common among females of younger age. Health education of the females particularly living in the rural areas is much necessary. Health education will prepare the females emotionally to face this process of menstruation with less adverse reactions. Key Words: Sampling, menstruation, Performa, abnormalities, statistical, analysis, unsecure.