The Effect Of Black Cough Medicine On Menstruation?
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The drugs you mentioned contain the active ingredients succus liquiritiae, ephedrine, guaifenesin, and chlorpheniramine. The four ingredients do not affect hormones in women so far. It may be necessary to clarify what symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) you are experiencing. PMS are symptoms, both physical and emotional, that women often experience before their menstrual period. Symptoms usually begin to improve when menstruation begins. The symptoms experienced can be different for each woman. In general, symptoms include mood swings, irritability or anger, feelings of anxiety, fatigue or difficulty sleeping, headaches, changes in appetite, bloating, and breast pain or discomfort. If the PMS symptom you are referring to is a change in appetite or a change in sleep patterns, the medication you are taking can have these side effects. However, this effect is not related to female hormones. If the side effects you are experiencing are severe or bothersome, you should immediately see a doctor, there may be other disorders in your body that are not related to this drug.
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