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November 28, 2010 | News

I'm Not Usually This Crazy…HONEST!!

I'm Not Usually This Crazy…HONEST!!

Premenstrual Tension, or just an excuse for rude and coarse behaviour? I'm only asking because as much as it gets on my very last nerve when men make this unfair assumption, a clear distinction does have to be made between the two.

I'm sure if you've ever experienced PMT you will not that hell yes it does exist. Whilst some of us may have it in mild form and get pretty much get away with throwing a few dirty looks around for a few days although some females on the other hand have it a lot worse! We know and pals like this right? Unless you're that in question!

You may have heard this condition being referred to as either PMS or PMT and thinking they mean different things. The terms premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and premenstrual tension (PMT) mean that same thing and used interchangeably.
The NHS reports that three out of four women say PMT significantly affects their lives, with 5 to 10 per cent classifying their PMT as severe. With that in mind, I do wonder how come so many females suffer with PMT and don't know when, why or how this happens to them month in, month out.

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