Premenstrual syndrome is characterized by recurrent and signs and symptoms that develop during the 7 to 14 days before the onset of menstruation and subsides when menstruation occurs. These signs and symptoms can be variable and diverse, such as water retention, food craving, tiredness, excitability, sore/tender breasts, abdominal pain, mood swings, etc.
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