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What part of the back has pain for a PMS sufferer?

What part of the back has pain for a PMS sufferer?

PMS and Pain: Back pain typical of PMS is in the lower area closer to the line between you hips. This is were the pelvic nerves carry pain sensation from the uterus . Medication like Ibuprofen and Naproxen sodium can help the pain. If the pain is worsening or is exhausting see your physician. Often, women wait to long when told this is "normal" by older women in the family. ...Read more

Pms (Definition)

Collection of emotional symptoms, with or without physical symptoms, related to the menstrual cycles. Common symptoms are irritability, tension & dysphoria, also insomnia, headaches, fatigue, mood swings, ...Read more


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Is crying fro no reason part of PMS?

Is crying fro no reason part of PMS?

PMS: can mean mood swings with random crying. If crying persists and you continue to have mood swings, talk to your pcp and consider seeing a mental health professional. See: https://secure02.kidshealth.org/teen/sexual_health/girls/menstrual_problems.html I hope this helps. All the best. ...Read more

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Having brest pain. Not severe, but bothering. Only left and the same part. This is my first experience. Is this a part of pms? How can I ease pain?

Having brest pain. Not severe, but bothering. Only left and the same part. This is my first experience. Is this a part of pms? How can I ease pain?

Fibrocystic changes?: Have a good breast exam by a physician. If you are 40 or older, have a mammogram. Fibrocystic breast disease is common, and causes breast pain. See an md provider to make sure that cancer is not the cause. ...Read more

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Could frequent urination and spotting just be part of PMS or is it something else?

Could frequent urination and spotting just be part of PMS or is it something else?

Polyurea: Most cases are urinary tract infection or diabetes. Best to be checked for those & other medical issues first. ...Read more

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Are sensitive breasts a part of pms? How sore and/or sensitive do they get?

Are sensitive breasts a part of pms? How sore and/or sensitive do they get?

They can be: Progesterone causes water retention at that time. Increased water in the breast tissue stretches it and causes pain. The degree of discomfort varies with different women. ...Read more

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Are there any vitamins to boost memory? I find it worse during luteal phase as part of pms i think. How can i control it or boost it without med

Are there any vitamins to boost memory? I find it worse during luteal phase as part of pms i think. How can i control it or boost it without med

Medical foods: Yes, we do have experience using biologically active B vitamins, and even Vitamin D supplements. Since these items require prescriptions, and are not available in your "vitamin store", you need to discuss with your physician. Also, may help to explore your emotional state at time of hormonal shifts, as this can contribute to cognitive change. ...Read more

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Is nausea close to your menses a part of pms? I get it every month :((

Is nausea close to your menses a part of pms? I get it every month :((

nausea at this: Time is often due to increased prostaglandin production, please see your gyn as there are some treatment options to help prevent that and meds to treat it when u get it. ...Read more

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I have increasingly painful ovulations combined with nausia, headages and tiredness. Im sure im not pregnant. Is this normal or part of pms?

No: If it is truly ovulation pain, which is when you ovulate during the middle of your cycle, it should subside in about 24 hours, it is normal and is not related to PMS. ...Read more

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Dry-humped fully clothed found wet spot on my pants at upper part of my thigh my period is 5 days late and PMS are absent could that make me preg?


Dry-humped fully clothed found wet spot on my pants at upper part of my thigh my period is 5 days late and PMS are absent could that make me preg?

Not likely: Hi hon, It is extremely unlikely (not impossible) that sperm can crawl up your thigh and into your vagina. On a dry surface, such as clothing or bedding, sperm are dead by the time the semen has dried. I am certain your safe but there's no harm in taking an over the counter test to verify. Just make sure your in the right time frame for it to be a valid report. ...Read more

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Mens. Question: 5 days of heavy bleeding. 2 days of brown spotting. 2-3 additional days of blood-tinged mucus. No cramps or pms. Continuous pattern. Are both spotting types considered part of period?

Mens. Question: 5 days of heavy bleeding. 2 days of brown spotting. 2-3 additional days of blood-tinged mucus. No cramps or pms. Continuous pattern. Are both spotting types considered part of period?

Essentially: The menses typically average 3 to 5 days, but even one day of spotting could be a normal period, likewise up to 10 days of spotting /bleeding could also be normal for some women. What you describe may be a nuisance, but would likely just be normal for you. If you are spotting and/or bleeding for more than ten days each month you should see your doctor, the period could be improved with meds. ...Read more

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My PMS not due for two weeks im having low pains in back an cramps in bottom of ab.

My PMS not due for two weeks im having low pains in back  an cramps in bottom of ab.

PMS is never due: Sadly, you might suffer from some or all discomforts associated w/ PMS. But it is not an automatic component of your menstrual cycle. A provider might be able to relieve yours now that you know it is not just part of normal life. It is your period that is due. When you visit the provider, ask for good explanation of the process and handouts to keep for reference. Best! ...Read more

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What is the best way to start ovulation so that my body can naturally get back to normal with pms. I really want a bby!!

What is the best way to start ovulation so that my body can naturally get back to normal with pms. I really want a bby!!

Tell us more...: why is (or do you think) your ovulation has stopped: PCOS, stress, recent miscarriage, etc...? "How to start it" depends on why it has stopped. Supplements will not have any effect on "starting" ovulation in 99.9% of cases (internet buyers beware.) Good wishes. ...Read more

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Can pms cause upper back and shoulder pain?

PMS: I understand your distress. PMS can cause upper back pain. It can cause trouble focusing on tasks and Anxiety which can lead to shoulder ache and pain. Lack of Vitamin B6, Calcium, or Magnesium in the diet can increase chances of getting PMS. High stress, a lack of exercise, and too much Caffeine can make symptoms worse See Gynecologist for Diagnosis; discuss medications to relieve PMS. ...Read more

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I was on depo for 13 years. I stopped the shot just over a year ago. Could this play a part in having such severe PMS? The week before is horrible!

No: The depo left your system a year ago. PMS does sometimes worsen with age. You may want to try a low dose birth control pill to see if it will help. It might be helpful to know what PMS symptoms you're having to help more. ...Read more

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Have no usual pms symptoms, period was supposed to come may 7, may 10-14 I had brown spotting, took test on the 15th, came back negative?

Have no usual pms symptoms, period was supposed to come may 7, may 10-14 I had brown spotting, took test on the 15th, came back negative?

Irregular period: That brown spotting may have been a late period. Irregular menses can be due to transient hormonal imbalances. Brown discharge is often old blood being cleaned from the uterus. ...Read more