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Premenstrual Syndrome

Also called: PMS

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For me when I use to do cheerleading my periods would always come later and the would be very heavy. Weight loss and excerise can affect your period...
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 I am not one to vomit unless deathly sick; however when experiencing PMS my belief is that anything can happen. It reminds me of the menopause...
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You will not get pregnant if your story is true and there was no unprotected sex.
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Premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, happens to many teens right before their periods start. With PMS, you might feel: Mild breast tenderness Fluid...
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Premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, happens to many teens right before their periods start. With PMS, you might feel:Mild breast tenderness. Fluid...
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Slang terms for PMS (premenstrual syndrome) include: part monster syndrome, pass my sweatpants, and perpetual munching spree.
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As many as 90% of women experience unpleasant symptoms before their periods. If symptoms are reliably severe enough to interfere with life, it's...
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PMS includes the physical and psychological symptoms that occur in the week before a woman's menstrual period. Symptoms may include bloating...
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Premenstrual syndrome occurs because your body is sensitive to hormonal changes, says Richard P. Frieder, MD, a staff gynecologist at Santa Monica...
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Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and the more severe form, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), are linked to changes in the endocrine system, which...
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No single test can diagnose premenstrual syndrome (PMS). A diagnosis of PMS or the more severe form, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), is...
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You cannot prevent premenstrual syndrome (PMS), but you can take measures to reduce your risk of having severe premenstrual symptoms by: Taking daily...
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In the past, some women with premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), the severe form of premenstrual syndrome, were treated with surgical removal of...
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Most women have tender breasts, bloating, and muscle aches a few days before they start their menstrual periods. These are normal premenstrual...
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