Some women also experience catamenial
diarrhea, constipation, hematochezia, and bloating.
 Thoracic endometriosis syndrome refers to the clinical manifestations of the cyclical changes associated with the ectopic endometrial tissue, most frequently catamenial
(menstrual) pneumothorax, followed by catamenial
haemoptysis and endometriotic pulmonary nodules, in descending order of frequency.
When detected in a female patient, it should be considered as a rare cause, such as lymphangioleiomyomatosis or catamenial
Brockington, Menstrual Psychosis and the Catamenial
Process, Every Press, Bredenbury, UK, 2008.
Patients usually have catamenial
symptoms, occurring within 24-48 hours of onset of menses.
** Be familiar with the difficulties in assessing and managing seizure disorders in women with epilepsy, including catamenial
epilepsy, contraception, pregnancy, teratogenicity, polycystic ovarian syndrome, menopause.
Additionally, diaphragmatic endometriosis can sometimes occur in association with catamenial
hemothorax or pneumothorax, the risk of which is unpredictable.
In young women with catamenial
sciatica, the suspicion of sciatic nerve endometriosis should be considered.
(25) Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) and the milder premenstrual syndrome (PMS), migraines and even catamenial
epilepsy are importantly involved with ALLO and THDOC.
As happened for hypothalamic gelastic seizure  and for catamenial
epilepsy , we can now only speculate that GnRHa could not only influence the development of pubertal progression but also help in controlling the potential concomitant deterioration of neurologic symptoms as seizures in CP.
Airway diseases (COPD, severe asthma) and infections of the chest (tuberculosis, pneumonia, etc.) are the most common causes of secondary spontaneous pneumothorax, but virtually every other pulmonary disease process has been associated with secondary spontaneous pneumothorax (interstitial lung diseases, malignancy, catamenial
pneumothorax, pulmonary infarction, pulmonary haemorrhage, pulmonary alveolar proteinosis, tuberous sclerosis, etc.).