The modern medicine defines premenstrual syndrome (PMS) as one of the most multi-symptomatic disorders that impact women’s physical and mental health during the time before periods. This can be a few hours or a few days, up to weeks before menstruation starts.
One of the most popular PMS symptoms is excessive liquid retention that is the consequence of disorder in urinary system, when urine formation is decreased.
As a result of excessive liquid storage women can experience swelling and weight gain. Furthermore, it can increase the breast tenderness. The rapid weight gain can cause various heart and vascular disorders due to increased weight load.
If you experience such a problem as fluid retention, consult a doctor who will prescribe you the correct diuretic for increasing the urine formation. If you have experience in taking these meds, you can use over-the-counter pills that suit your organism. Also urinary disorders during PMS can be alleviated by the changes of lifestyle, diet, normalized vitamin balance.
According to various studies, vitamin B6 seems to be the most important for PMS character. Its deficiency can cause various symptoms. But, extra doses of B6 are not digested, they are removed from the body with urine.
If vitamins intake, improved lifestyle and diet rules have no relieving effect on PMS symptoms, it is recommended to consult a doctor for qualified assistance and therapy. He will define the initial reason of symptoms and prescribe correct medication for its removal.