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Woman’s Issues: Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a pattern of physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms that appear before your menstrual period starts and disappear soon after bleeding begins. PMS occurs only in women who ovulate during their monthly menstrual cycle. Women, who do not ovulate, such as pregnant women, women past menopause or women taking birth control pills, do not have PMS. If you are experiencing PMS and are not ovulating, you need to seek medical attention immediately. Many women have normal, mild symptoms, such as cramps and mild breast […]

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Premenstrual Symptoms: A Bane Of Every Woman

When it is one of those days when you feel bloated, have breast pain, gain weight, have acne, headaches, cramping and mood swings, you know it is one of those days that every woman dreads. A lot of women suffer from premenstrual symptoms (PMS) and it can cause a lot of inconvenience to the sufferer. There are a plenty of home-based treatments available for the PMS sufferers but it needs some experimentation to determine the right one for you. The common treatments for PMS are: Reduce your […]

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Symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome

Every woman knows about PMS or Pre menstrual syndrome leaving some exceptional cases where a women is completely spared by the physical and behavioral changes that characterize pre menstrual syndrome. Symptoms for PMS can begin from anytime after the ovulation that occurs approximately two weeks before the start of your menstruation cycle. During the last three to fourteen days of your cycle whereby you can notice various changes in your body that could also lead to some degree of distress. These symptoms include swelling and tenderness in […]

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