A closer look at some of the more common symptoms associated with PMS
Symptoms of PMS (premenstrual syndrome) can be experienced by any menstruating woman. Those with the condition report symptoms occuring in a specific pattern during the two weeks between ovulation and the first days of their monthly menstrual bleed.
Many women experience a certain level of menstrual discomfort such as mild period pain, or have momentary episodes of feeling low with each monthly cycle. It is important to distinguish these normal menstrual symptoms from PMS which is only diagnosed when symptoms affect normal everyday activities and quality of life.
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