Lisa Rubinsaak*

Premenstrual Syndrome is a problem that causes a woman's emotions, general health, and behaviour during specific days of her menstrual cycle and just before her menstrual period. PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome) is a very regular condition. More than 90% of menstrual women are affected by its symptoms. A set of symptoms that women suffer between ovulation and their periods. Since it is likely related to hormonal issues during the menstrual cycle. PMS has a selective benefit because it increased the chances of infertile couple attachments dissolving, improving the reproductive output of women in these relationships. It usually start about 1-2 weeks before menstrual period begins, the women generally feel that some changes are occur. Symptoms of Premenstrual syndrome are mood swings is an indicator of underlying disease when feelings become excessive, all-consuming and interfere with daily living, tender breasts, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression. Changes in oestrogen, serotonin, and progesterone levels are all related to PMS symptoms. Oestrogen is a group of hormones in the body that help with the development and maintain of female body features.

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