Premenstrual Syndrome Symptoms

By james
Reviewed: Dr. Gromatzky
May 21, 2020
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Menstruation is a natural process that occurs in females, and similar processes happen in females in other mammalian species of animal. It involves flushing the blood lining from the uterus so that it can be replaced with a lining made from fresh blood. It occurs approximately once every 30 days, and generally starts to occur when females are in their teens.

Menstruation happens to just about every female, bar few exceptions, but it does unfortunately come with some unwelcome side effects. The severity of the side effects will vary from female to female, and some are fortunate enough to barely feel any at all.

1. Mood Swings

It is normal for our mood to change from time to time. External events can cause our hormone levels to change and this results in a change in the way we feel. It is an important process because it helps us to react accordingly to events around us. Sometimes, our mood may change for entirely different reasons. One of the most common of all premenstrual symptoms is that the patient will experience sudden changes in their mood. They can become depressed for no apparent reason and it can happen without warning. The patients moods should become more stable once their menstruation has passed.

Premenstrual Syndrome

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