The premenstrual tension syndrome is a polymorphous medical profile which
cyclically appears with each menstruation and disappears after it to
continue being asymptomatic during the whole month until a few days before
the next menstruation.
The most characteristic symptoms are:
• Mammary tension: increase of breasts’ volume, accompanied by pain
• Abdominal swelling: it is accompanied by painful abdominal
swelling and premenstrual weight increase
• Neuro-psychical alterations: depressive signs, mood and/or sleep
alterations, irritability, anxiety, emotional instability, difficulties to
concentrate, fatigue or clear absence of energy, loss of interest in
everyday activities, eating habits alterations such as increased hunger or
desire to eat, etc.
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