JUST THE FACTS



JUST THE FACTS
Premenstrual syndrome is caused by the hormonal changes that occur in the two weeks before menstruation.
Physical symptoms of PMS typically include headache, migraine, fluid retention, fatigue, painful joints, backache, abdominal cramping, breast tenderness, bloating, food cravings, heart palpitations and weight gain. Also: Dramatic mood swings, anxiety, depression, irritability, panic attacks and tension.

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