Definitions for "Pre-menstrual Syndrome"
a diverse range of symptoms that appear before menstruation, which apparently occur due to changing levels of sex hormones (progesterone, estrogen) and progesterone's metabolite (alopregnanolone) during the menstrual cycle. The possible PMS symptoms: tiredness, depression, restlessness, insomnia, irritability, emotional, outbursts of anger, headache, dizziness, abdominal pain, breast pain, water retention, diarrhoea, increase in appetite and food craving (sugar, salt). Women can show some or all of these symptoms. (More? Human Menstrual Cycle | ABC RN Monday 8 JuneĀ 1998 - Premenstrual Syndrome)
A group of symptoms, including abdominal bloating, breast tenderness, headache, fatigue, irritability, and depression, that occur in many woman from 2 to 14 days before the onset of menstruation. ? Calcium -4 TBL. ? Copper - 2 tsp ? Germanium- 2 TBL ? Gold- 1-2 tsp. p.m. ? Iron- ? -1 tsp ? Magnesium - 4-6 TBL ? Manganese - 2 TBL ? Platinum- 1 TBL a.m. ? Sulfur - 2 TBL ? Zinc - 1 TBL. ? Bioplasm Homeopathic Tissue Salts ? Equal parts of the blue and black cohosh ? Primrose oil -2000-3000 mg. ? Vitamin B - complex
A collection of physical and emotional signs and symptoms which appear during the post-ovulatory phase and disappear at the onset of menstruation.