My environment is lucky, I don't have PMS. But if he was ... I would do everything so that these days do not interfere with normal people with my inadequacy. Afobazol would have been drunk in advance, for example. I would talk about PMS, perhaps, only with a doctor and a loved one - provided that we have been living together for several years.
"PMS does not exist co-co-co." If you are not feeling unwell, this does not mean that it is not.
I have PMS, usually 1 day before my period.
I inform my boyfriend about this often, because I feel bad, he sees it, and this state needs to be explained. And to everyone else I can tell, but usually there is no need.
This is a simple malaise. You will not trumpet all of Ivanovskaya about this, most of you are not interested in your problems. But at the same time, there is nothing wrong with complaining to someone about feeling unwell - no.
Since my man is most often next to me, he contemplates all the results of PMS: changeable, even absurd, mood, increased appetite, fictitious problems, increased sensitivity, tearfulness, etc.
Talking about PMS is pointless, because all this time you are in some kind of semi-conscious state, when even a little thing seems like a huge problem, but you do not understand it. Therefore, the most adequate thing that can be done is to explain to your partner all the specifics of the effect of premenstrual syndrome on the body, changes in the hormonal background that causes appropriate behavioral reactions, because it is difficult for men to understand, and even more so to get used to a spasmodic mood. No, these are not fairy tales justifying "hysteria", these are real changes in behavior associated with hormones. Women on such days are most in control of themselves.
I don't have PMS, but if I did, I could tell anyone. I don't see anything in this that needs to be kept quiet or hidden from anyone.
no, pms is not fiction. it is not a disease, of course, but it is a special hormonal state, a leap, a restructuring. all these supporters "oh, all such hysterics, and I'm so good" - it's so good that you are so correct.
I am also always happy with adequate regardless of the day of the cycle, but at the same time I often cry in recent days, everything is somehow more acutely perceived. and PMS is also accompanied by faster fatigue, soreness in the chest, pulling sensations in the lower abdomen, and in someone with sweating or the desire to eat something strange. hormones, they are. and after giving birth, personally, nothing has changed for me.
I think if a girl trusts you, she will immediately tell you what "glitch" you can expect from her. I also immediately warn you that I am not nervous. lucky.
A young man. Nobody needs to know more about this. And PMS manifests itself in pain, blues and the very smallest bit of tearfulness. But the most critical, of course, pain: from headache and toothache to quite typical for the menstruation themselves.
And those who believe that the PMS is a fiction are incredibly lucky! I congratulate you on stable hormones or ignorance, there is already someone that.
You, Artyom. PMS is a myth (at least in the form in which it is now described in the media and advertising). This is the same contrived diagnosis as "vegetative-vascular dystonia" or "spring beriberi", which exists thanks to self-hypnosis and glossy magazines.
To my husband, this information cannot worry anyone else, and it shouldn't. It is unlikely that if I tell my superiors how my chest hurts and my mood just goes to hell, it will let me go home to sleep off, take a bath and put my nerves in order :) But my husband will treat the information entrusted to him with understanding.
During PMS, I have wild mood swings, I eat a lot, cry, get offended, and so on. I can just scream. Therefore, I immediately tell all those close to me that I started having PMS. As for the fact that this is an alleged invention for manipulation - Anna, in that case, you are very lucky that your hormones do not jump like that. But if you don't have one, it doesn't mean that no one else has.
To the doctor who prescribes pills for me, so that he was not. To be honest, I continue to think that PMS is a convenient fiction to justify a whim.