Meeting the Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Written by: Dra. Juana Lafaja Mazuecos
Edited by: Top Doctors®

Premenstrual Syndrome is not an invention. They are typified more than 120 symptoms of both physical and psychological sphere and between 5% and 8% of women have severe cases that may influence their lives completely.

Some of the most common psychological or emotional symptoms include anxiety, depression, irritability and mood swings. Women with severe psychological symptoms are often diagnosed with premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), and not rarely of depression or bipolar disorder.Among the physical symptoms we are: menstrual pain, bloating, fluid retention, headache, muscle pain, breast tenderness, fatigue and painful intercourse. When patients cursas severe physical symptoms, many of them come to our clinic having been diagnosed with fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue.


Premenstrual syndrome, occurs when:

According to experts in Gynecology and Obstetrics , duration and onset of symptoms vary for each patient, being common in all cases the cyclical aspect thereof. Usually usually they take place in the period 10 days prior to menstruation, but they can also study at other times of the cycle: ovulation, menstruation during and / or after it.Most women have a mild or moderate symptoms related to their menstrual cycle, but between 5 and 8% enrolled in severe cases, reaching be constrained their lives in all aspects.


How to Treat Premenstrual Syndrome:

Based on research and long experience of our mentors, Dr. And Dr Jorge Lolas. Fores, treatment focuses on curing the underlying subclinical infection and inflammation of the genital tract, which give rise to the varied multisystem symptomatology. In addition, genital chronic infectious process affects the proper ovarian function which explains the known hormonal imbalance so concerned, and rightly so, to women.In response to the etiology of this disease, it would be preferable to refer to the PMS as "uterine-chronic pelvic infection" or "cyclical inflammatory histerotoxemia".Any symptoms or suspected SPM should see a specialist to prescribe a personalized treatment that treats the gynecological infectious disease causing this table. The ideal is to establish a prevention protocol stop in time to stop the problem. In any case, on our website we have a test that assesses, in a general way, the seriousness and complexity of this syndrome in every woman.


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By Dra. Juana Lafaja Mazuecos
Obstetrics & Gynecology

Dr. Lafaja Mazuecos is gynecologist expert treatments and pathologies associated with premenstrual syndrome, and also sexually transmitted diseases, such as chronic candidiasis. His field of expertise makes it one of the most prepared of release gynecologists. Directs the area of ​​Gynecology of the NG Clínics centers, with a mainly preventive vocation, and with great attention to sexual stages of women to detect the right treatment or follow-up in each case. He has over 15 years experience in the profession, he has worked in various centers of national prestige.

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