Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Self Assessment
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) is a hormonal disorder. It is characterized by a regularly recurring group of symptoms which occur from two to 14 days before the start of a woman’s menstrual period, usually disappearing after the period begins, and followed by a symptom-free time in each monthly cycle. PMS can be both emotional and physical, affecting almost every system of the body.
Do you suffer from PMS? Take our Self-Assessment and find out.
PMS symptoms are as individual as the women suffering from them. While more than 150 symptoms have been associated with PMS, we have narrowed the list for the Self-Assessment below to those most commonly reported.
Complete the Self-Assessment by rating the degree of severity (none to severe) you are experiencing for each symptom listed below. Click on one choice for each symptom, then click on ‘Calculate Score’ for an automated total. Compare your personal score with the PMS Treatment Recommendations chart at the bottom of the questionnaire to discover theAction Steps that may be right for you.