PMS includes as many as 150 different symptoms, although, thankfully, no woman experiences them all.
When one considers how common the symptoms of PMS are in "technologically advanced" cultures, (somewhere between 80% and 90% of all menstruating women between the ages of 14 and 50 experience regular symptoms of PMS), the conclusion might be drawn that women (and their mates) are destined to suffer.
However, because there are numerous cultures among whom this condition is essentially non-existent and unknown, diet, stress and xenoestrogens (foreign estrogens), often introduced in the form of contraceptives, are all major contributors to this disorder.
•Loss of Libido
•Breast Swelling & Tenderness