Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a condition made up of many different physical and emotional disturbances, and it affects women and girls of all ages. Also known as premenstrual tension (PMT), it occurs after the ovulation stage and up to your period. Symptoms of PMS can include irritability, sore breasts, bloating, cramps, moodiness and fatigue. While some experience every symptom and others just one or two, everyone agrees PMS just isn’t fun. But remember, you’re not going crazy. It’s just your body trying to deal with some pretty heavy hormonal fluctuations. Try keeping tabs on what symptoms occur and when, and it’ll help make life a little easier.
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