Measure the Symptoms Related to Pre-Menstrual Syndrome among Married and Unmarried Females during their Reproductive Life Span

  title={Measure the Symptoms Related to Pre-Menstrual Syndrome among Married and Unmarried Females during their Reproductive Life Span},
  author={Sonya Arshad and Muhammad Nisar and Syeda Hiba Hashmi},
Objective The study was aimed to estimate premenstrual syndrome and its consequent symptoms in married and unmarried females during menstrual phase, pre-ovulatory phase and post-ovulatory phase. Methodology A cross sectional survey based study has been conducted in young females of 25-35 age groups. Participants were divided into two groups. Group A were with PMS and group B were healthy subjects. The evaluation of manifestations in all three phases was gathered by using PRISM calendar. The… 

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