What is it?
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a group of physical symptoms, psychological and emotional issues that women experience during one or two weeks before a menstrual period. These symptoms disappear soon after the onset of menstrual bleeding.
PMS may be a chronic condition. In some women, PMS symptoms intensify before each menstrual period and this pattern continues until menopause. In other women, PMS symptoms seem to diminish after 35 years.
Even doctors do not know the exact causes of PMS, there is no way to prevent it. However, you can relieve some symptoms if you have a healthy lifestyle.
Premenstrual syndrome is a collection of physical, psychological, and emotional symptoms related to a woman's menstrual cycle.
Abdominal bloating Abdominal cramps Breast tenderness or swelling Stress or anxiety Trouble falling asleep Joint or muscle pain Headache Fatigue Acne Mood swings Worsening of existing skin disorders, and respiratory or eye problems
"a group of physical and emotional symptoms that some women experience during their menstrual cycle before, through and after menstruation" www.seximus.ro/dictionary/sexdictionaryletter_p.php
The "symptoms" are things such a tenstion, anxiety, tender breasts and bloating.
Is it serious?
Nope, it can get painful to the point where you might need to pick up something for the cramps but that's about it. It's just something that comes with having a period and this happens with many women.
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Thanks everyone for your help.
Is it serious?