Your menstruation usually starts with some combination of physical, emotional and behavioural symptoms. Those symptoms appear after your ovulation and before menstruation of your menstrual cycle (usually 5 to 11 days before your periods).
Causes of Premenstrual Syndrome:
The exact cause of PMS is difficult to diagnose, but some factors may affect PMS by worsening it.
There are many potential symptoms of PMS, but most women may experience only a few of them. Some women may not experience any symptoms. PMS symptoms may vary from mild to severe. It includes physical, emotional and behavioural symptoms as,
Emotional & Behavioural Symptoms:
Diagnosis & Treatment:
PMS usually diagnosed by self-screenings of the symptoms. There are no specific findings or tests to diagnose PMS. Some other conditions may be mistaken as PMS. You doctor or healthcare provider may provide a clear diagnosis.
Most women get relief from premenstrual syndrome through some lifestyle changes. PMS treatment usually depends on the severity of the symptoms. If the symptoms are severe it should be treated clinically. Your doctor may suggest OTC and prescription medications.
Home Remedies for PMS: