The most commonly asked questions, answered
The premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a condition in women when certain symptoms occur each month before a period. PMS most commonly affects women aged 30-40 years, although it can affect you at any age, even if you are less than 20 years old. Most women can tell that a period is due by the way they feel both physically and mentally. For most, the symptoms are mild and not troublesome. There are many different symptoms of PMS, but typical examples are bloating, breast pain, mood swings, feeling irritable and loss of interest in sex.
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