TO Teletica.com Writing | July 3, 2023, 9:28 am
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a condition that affects many women.
Characterized near physical and emotional symptoms occurring before the onset of menstruation, PMS can cause significant discomfort and discomfort.
This Monday in Good afternoongynecologist Michelle Wright visited us to delve deeper into this topic and help us understand the common manifestations of premenstrual syndrome and how to distinguish it from other gynecological and hormonal conditions. (see attached video).
He Premenstrual syndrome it is the body’s natural response to the hormonal changes that occur during the menstrual cycle.
Although symptoms can vary from woman to woman, some of the most common include mood swings, breast tenderness, cravings for sweet or salty foods, fatigue, headaches, and fluid retention.
You can reach Wright at 4700-4083, WhatsApp at 8379-9494, and follow her on social media as “Dr. Michelle Wright” for more resources and helpful tips.
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