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Woman in PJs Holding Stomach from Abdominal Pain


Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) affects about 50% of women worldwide, and symptoms may include appetite changes, weight gain, pain in the abdomen and back, headache, breast tenderness, gastrointestinal issues, irritability, mood swings, and others (Gudipally, StatPearls 2023). Many supplements have been proposed to relieve these symptoms: Some appear to be helpful, while others are not, and at least one supplement may increase the risk of PMS.

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