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In the afternoon, I am Runty, I get PMS every month, before menstruation I feel all body aches and breast pain but after entering menstruation the breast pain disappears, but my body feels chills and abdominal pain this happens on days 1-2 after I don’t feel anything at all, is that a natural thing? If I drink herbal medicine before menstruation I do not PMS, but if I late take my herbal medicine PMS, is this normal?
Pre menstrual syndrome is a common condition that is felt by some women. Pre menstrual syndrome usually occurs between 1 to 2 weeks before menstruation. Symptoms of pre-menstrual syndrome are aches throughout the body, especially lower abdominal cramps, headaches, mood swings / irritability / anxiety / sadness, sometimes accompanied by the appearance of breast pain (though it should not interfere).
Drink / food / herbal medicine products are often used by the community to overcome various symptoms in the early illness and recovery period. But unfortunately further scientific research is needed to ascertain the potential and side effects that may appear on any herbal product. Read more about herbal products here.
Consumption of herbal drinks / medicines should fulfill the following conditions:
The herbal product has a distribution permit from BPOM. You can check it on the BPOM online site here.
Note the product expiration date and consumption of herbal products according to the instructions written on the packaging.
Consult the use of herbal products with your doctor, especially if you have certain medical conditions.
Your pre-menstrual conditions may be normal. To make sure the complaint you are experiencing is a normal condition, please do a medical examination with a doctor. The doctor will trace your complaint and medical history, conduct a physical examination and refer to supporting examinations if needed.
If pre-menstrual complaints are very disturbing, you should pay attention to how your daily lifestyle. Eat healthy foods high in fiber, avoid alcoholic and caffeinated drinks, avoid foods / drinks that are too sweet, don't smoke and exercise regularly. If your complaint is very disturbing, you may consume pain relievers such as paracetamol which are sold freely.
Read here about How to Overcome Pre Menstrual Syndrome.
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