Tuesday, February 7, 2023

What is PMS really?

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The symptoms of PMS can vary greatly. What they all have in common is that they always occur before the menstrual period.

In Switzerland, about every tenth sexually mature woman suffers from symptoms that are assigned to the premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Women over 30 are most commonly affected. Around 5 percent are severely impaired in their everyday life. Corresponding symptoms occur before the menstrual period and are different for every woman.

Symptoms can appear a week or two before the bleeding occurs. The symptoms usually get worse as the bleeding approaches. The causes of PMS are not known. The fact is that the symptoms can be traced back to the menstrual period, since the symptoms disappear immediately after the menstrual period has been interrupted or stopped by medication or surgery.

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