Menstrual fact inevitable part of the lives of young women across the world. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of eight weeks of training Pilates and caraway supplementation in reducing dysmenorrhea in adolescent girls was inactive. Research method is quasi-experimental. For this purpose, 44 subjects with age range 13-15 years, were randomly selected and then randomly divided into four groups: pilates +supplements (n=11), supplements (n=11), pilates (n=11)  and control (n=11). Physiological variables and the pain in two stages of pre-test and post-test were measured using the McGill Pain Questionnaire. Blood samples to measure blood levels of PGE2 was done in the 48 hours before and after training. The results showed that after eight weeks of supplementation with Pilates exercise Cumin pain in the three experimental groups decreased significantly (P≤0.05). Also prostaglandin E2 levels in the experimental groups Pilates and Pilates with caraway supplements decreased significantly (P≤0.05). All the variables in the control group during the period, did not change significantly. Pilates exercises with supplementation better cumin or caraway supplements alone to improve blood variables and reduce the perception of pain during menstruation is secondary girls (P≤0.05). The eight-week Pilates exercise with caraway supplementation reduces the perception of pain, levels of prostaglandin E2 teenage girls during menstruation is disabled.

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