premenstrual tension


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Related to premenstrual tension: premenstrual dysphoric disorder
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premenstrual tension

premenstrual syndrome n (Med) → sindrome f premestruale
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Hence, the aim of this study was to see, whether the state of premenstrual tension affects the sensory function and sensory motor association and processing capability of the central nervous system.
12] Premenstrual tension was first described by Frank in 1931, and attributed it to oestrogen excess.
This week scientists revealed that premenstrual tension does not exist and billions of women were just imagining it.
Nutritional factors in the etiology of the premenstrual tension syndromes.
A study conducted in 1982 by Goei et al, (34) showed that administration of 31 mg zinc compared to a lower dose of 15 mg per day caused no premenstrual tension.
The symptoms may include headache, breast tenderness, pelvic pain, premenstrual tension, irritability, dysphoria and mood lability1,4,5.
Premenstrual tension (PMS), especially if your symptoms occur just before your periods.
27 ( ANI ): Women who eat food rich in non-heme iron - found in plants food like Broccoli - are less likely to suffer from premenstrual tension (PMT), researchers have claimed.
Lastly, a new revised Premenstrual Tension Syndrome (PMTS) rating scale, which combines the PMTS Observer rating scale plus multiple visual analogue scales, shows promise as a tool to assess PMDD symptoms.
But antidepressant use is becoming concentrated among people with less severe and poorly defined medical conditions, according to the study: 'Associations between antidepressant prescriptions and problems such as tiredness, nonspecific pain, smoking problems, headaches, abnormal sensations and premenstrual tension suggest that antide-pressants are being prescribed to treat these medical complaints.
An internationally renowned pioneering endocrinologist, he proved the aetiology of premenstrual tension to be hormonal and not hysterical, and diagnosed and created a thyroid condition in Guy the gorilla at the London Zoo.
PMT, or Premenstrual Tension - also known as Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) - affects between 80% and 95% of women of reproductive age, a third of whom suffer disruption to their routine activities.