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As many as 75 percent of girls and women experience unpleasant symptoms or painful pelvic cramps before or during their monthly menstrual cycle, called premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
How Boston Children's Hospital approaches premenstrual syndrome
At the Gynecology Program at Boston Children's Hospital, we understand the issues that a teenage girl or young woman deals with during PMS. Our staff provides high quality treatment and counseling, especially if her symptoms are extreme and disrupt her daily activities.
The Center for Young Women's Health provides extensive and easy to access information for girls with questions about PMS and menstrual cycles. The following guide may be helpful to her: Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS).
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