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<p class="Inside-first-paragraph-drop-cap ParaOverride-3">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.<sup>1</sup> C-reactive protein, a commonly accepted biomarker for inflammation, is elevated within most women with premenstrual symptoms, data indicate. </p>

Physiology of Premenstrual Symptoms Examined