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Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Post by on Monday, November 1, 2021

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Before their periods, up to 90% of women have unpleasant symptoms. Premenstrual syndrome is characterised as a set of symptoms that are consistently severe enough to interfere with one's quality of life (PMS). PMS is evident when physical and mental symptoms appear consistently a few days before numerous successive menses (periods).
The symptoms disappear after a period and do not reappear at other times.
Significant personal problems (at work, school, or in relationships) are caused by the symptoms.
It's possible that no medications, drugs, alcohol, or other medical condition is to blame.
Physical signs include bloating, arm or leg swelling, and breast tenderness. Anxiety, despair, anger, and irritability, as well as anxiety and social disengagement, may all be present. PMS affects anywhere from 20% to 40% of women at some point in their lives.
Every woman is different, so a drug that works for others might not be right for you.
Your doctor has several different types of medicine for you to consider. Knowing your medical history and symptoms, they can determine which is best to help your PMS.

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