What Is Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Before a woman’s menstrual there are some women who feel pain that tend to be emotional. They often refer to the symptoms before menstruation as the Premenstrual Syndrome or PMS. What exactly is PMS?

There are a variety of symptoms occurring before menstruation. PMS is a physical sign that is quite disturbing and is consistent before menstruation. The symptoms arise every month before menstruation.

PMS is if experiencing the symptoms for three consecutive months. Other than that, then it is not PMS. What women feel during PMS can be seen from the physical and psychological symptoms. Perceived physical symptoms among women during PMS, breast tenderness, difficult bowel movement, diarrhea, headache, sensitivity to sound and light, as well as a sense of wanting to eat constantly. The symptoms are psychological or emotional confusion, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, sad, tense or anxious, loss or increase in libido, mood changes, and feelings of guilt or self-confidence up to the sleep disturbance.

Approximately 3 out of 4 women who experience symptoms of PMS are in child-bearing age with worsening symptoms at the age of 30-40 years. What causes PMS? PMS is a result of follicles changes in the ovarian. In addition, there are also other factors that may come to influence the occurrence of PMS. Other factors include the consumption of large amounts of caffeine, emotional stress, age, depression, lack of vitamin E and vitamin D as well as a family history.

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