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Got PMS sussed or do you need to brush up on your knowledge?

PMS Quiz

How clued up are you?

Answer the questions below to see how much you know about PMS.

Question 1 (of 6)

1. What of the following isn’t a common symptom of PMS:

Period pain, mood swings and skin problems are all common symptoms of PMS. Period pain is often thought to be worse in cases of oestrogen dominance and may accompany heavier periods and feeling irritable or angry.

On the other hand, feelings of low mood or self-confidence, often together with irregular periods or skin issues, could suggest progesterone dominant PMS is instead apparent. Hot flushes aren’t a common symptom of PMS – mysterious flushes could suggest that you are approaching menopause, or indicate some issue with the thyroid gland or nervous system.

Here's what I recommend

As the A.Vogel Women's Health advisor, I recommend Agnus castus to help relieve symptoms such as menstrual cramps, breast tenderness and irritability.

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