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What do you mean by PMS?

The group of physical, emotional and psychological symptoms that women go through 1 to 2 weeks before periods is commonly known as PMS or premenstrual syndrome. It can be a normal situation for a few women but for others, the days can be harder to spend.

Symptoms of PMS

Bloating, headaches, tender breasts, abdominal cramps, acne, tiredness, mood swings, anxiety, feelings of sadness, increased sensitivity to stress, difficulty in concentrating, food cravings, low energy levels, sleep disturbances, and loss of interest in daily activities.

Causes of PMS

Chemical modifications, hormonal fluctuations, poor diet, not enough exercise, lower serotonin levels, stress, anxiety, and genetics are the most common causes of premenstrual syndrome.

How Common is it?


women in India experience some degree of PMS during periods


of Indian women go through mood swings and irritability with PMS


of women with PMS suffer from bloating and breast tenderness


of women with PMS are affected by fatigue and low energy

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Dt. Zubeda Tumbi

Dt. Zubeda Tumbi

Dietician and Nutritionist

(Weight Management, Diabetology, Thyroid Disorders and Nutrition - Dietician and Nutritionist)

BHSc, MHSc, NET- SET, Ph.D Grants from IDRC Canada and TATA Chemicals, 29+ Years of Experience

Dr. Brahmita Monga

Dr. Brahmita Monga


(Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy - Dermatologist)

MBBS, MD in Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy, 10 Years of Experience

Dr. Ashitabh Tiwari

Dr. Ashitabh Tiwari


(Psychiatrist, Neuropsychiatrist and Addiction Psychiatrist - Psychiatrist)

M.B.B.S, M.D Psychiatry, 17+ Years of Experience

Dr. Sandeep Govil

Dr. Sandeep Govil


(Psychiatry - Psychiatrist)

"Male sexual health encompasses various issues and challenges that are often accompanied by social stigmas, hindering individuals from seeking the assistance they need. I strongly encourage people to educate themselves about matters concerning intimacy and explore comprehensive treatment options that incorporate both medical and psychological approaches."

Dr. Sharmila Majumdar

Dr. Sharmila Majumdar

Sexologist and Psychologist

(Sexology, Cognitive Behaviour Modifications, and Idiopathic Infertilty - Sexologist and Psychologist)

"Sexual health often receives insufficient attention in India, leading to the delayed seeking of medical assistance for intimacy and relationship concerns. It is crucial for individuals to proactively pursue treatment, as early intervention yields more effective and viable solutions."


Case Studies

Gut Health
28 years

Gut Health

Aparna is a 28-year-old unmarried woman with a 21.9 BMI who had been irritated with her gut health issues for the past 3-4 months. She occasionally used to experience indigestion and mild bloating. Her energy in day-to-day tasks was decreasing due to which she thought that taking expert advice would be a better approach. By following a simple gut health treatment plan suggested by a certified doctor of Nirvasa, she started feeling a lot better than before. Her abdominal pain and discomfort improved and burping stopped too. The doctor made a few alterations in her diet and lifestyle habits and those worked wonders for her gut health.

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Gut Health
43 years

Gut Health

Meet Satyam, a 43-year-old married man of 80 kg and a BMI of 25.3. He had been extremely upset and stressed with his gut health issues which he had been suffering for 1.2 years. He frequently used to have food cravings for junk and unhealthy foods. Due to moderate exercise and unhealthy eating habits, Satyam used to experience frequent belching, bloating and heartburn. His irregular bowel movements and abdominal pain and discomfort made him realise that he needs a piece of expert advice. After a doctor consultation from Nirvasa, he got suggested an effective gut health treatment plan of 9 months. He was advised to have gut-healing supplements, make necessary dietary alterations and commence with stress-relieving techniques. Satyam is energetic, completely confident, and stress-free not only in his personal as well as professional life too.

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Gut Health
35 years

Gut Health

Cheers to Chitra, a 35-year-old married woman who was suffering from intense gut health issues for the past 8 to 9 months. She felt low in energy and extremely weak during the day's tasks. She was going through burping, belching and even indigestion. She had gastric issues and frequently suffered from constipation. Just in a few months, by following a simple yet effective gut health plan from Nirvasa, she improved her immunity and felt more energetic. Her abdominal discomfort and the pain got vanished and the burping stopped. All this happened with a change in diet, a bit of exercise and altering some lifestyle habits. Now she is completely fine and has a healthy gut.

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How can I manage the emotional symptoms of PMS?

Effectively addressing emotional symptoms entails nurturing a wholesome lifestyle to encompass consistent physical activity, employing stress management strategies, prioritizing sufficient rest and sleep, and seeking solace and guidance from one's social network, be it supportive friends, caring family members, or empathetic therapists.

I suffer from severe mood swings and headaches. When can I seek a doctor’s advice for PMS?

In the event that your PMS symptoms substantially disrupt your everyday functioning, it is prudent to seek guidance from a medical practitioner. A qualified healthcare professional can assess your symptoms comprehensively and provide tailored recommendations for suitable treatment alternatives.

How many days PMS starts before periods?

Premenstrual syndrome is known as an amalgamation of issues that you may go through up to 14 days before your period (menstruation). The symptoms usually stop soon after your period starts.

Does PMS affect fertility?

The correlation between PMS and infertility lacks substantial evidence. However, it is worth noting that low levels of progesterone, commonly associated with PMS, may pose challenges in maintaining a pregnancy to its full term.