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Can you experience PMS symptoms after your period?
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Dr. Laurence Fakinos
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: PMS
By definition, PMS symptoms occur between ovulation and the onset of your period.
That means the two weeks immediately before your period. Therefore, typically the symptoms will improve or go away once your period starts and generally won't return until you ovulate.

In brief: PMS
By definition, PMS symptoms occur between ovulation and the onset of your period.
That means the two weeks immediately before your period. Therefore, typically the symptoms will improve or go away once your period starts and generally won't return until you ovulate.
Dr. Laurence Fakinos
Dr. Laurence Fakinos
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