Physiology of Premenstrual Symptoms Examined
New data from the UC Davis Health System in Sacramento indicate that certain premenstrual symptoms, such as mood changes, breast pain, and abdominal cramps, are linked with inflammation.1 C-reactive protein, a commonly accepted biomarker for inflammation, is elevated within most women with premenstrual symptoms, data indicate.
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