Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Many women experience PMS a week or two before their period, suffering from physical symptoms like bloating, headaches, backache, swollen or tender breasts, constipation or diarrhea, and cramping. Emotional or mental symptoms, like irritability, fatigue, sleep problems, appetite changes, trouble with concentration or memory, tension or anxiety, depression, moodiness, or less interest in sex, can also occur.
Sometimes, symptoms can be so severe that women cannot attend work or school. If you experience PMS that disrupts your ability to function normally during your period, consult with one of our specialists who can help you manage your symptoms more effectively.

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