PMS is an abbreviation for pre-menstrual syndrome. It's a real condition that affects women and girls of all ages.
PMS is really a term comprising many different physical and emotional disturbances that occur in women after ovulation, up to menstruation.
Symptoms include irritability, sore breasts, bloating, cramps, moodiness and fatigue. Some experience all of the above, others just one or two symptoms. Many symptoms reoccur each month, making it easier to identify them as typical results of PMS. Pinpointing the symptoms and linking them to the menstrual cycle can make it easier for you to come to terms with behaviour that seems unlike your normal self.
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