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When Is PMS / PMDD Severe?

Historically, the existence of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) has been seen as little more than an unfortunate and unavoidable side effect of being a female. Once a month, for about a week or two before getting their periods, over 90% of women report having at least some PMS symptoms. Because menstrual discomfort is so common, many

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What Is a “Normal” Period?

Despite the many advances made in women’s health services, resources, and education over the years, there’s still a lot of confusion over what constitutes a “normal” period. While the length and flow of menstrual cycles can vary widely from person to person, it’s important to know the basics—what to look for, what may require a

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