December 28, 2020


The Top 12 MOST COMMON PMS Symptoms Before A Period

The Top 12 MOST COMMON PMS Symptoms Before A Period

Find out the most common signs and symptoms of PMS are and how to know when your period is coming! Watch Tutorial Below!


Do you get PMS symptoms before a period?

Find out what the signs and symptoms of menstruation are and how to know when your period is coming! PMS stands for Pre-Menstrual Syndrome and there are natural ways to help instead of getting premenstrual syndrome treatment!

Kyla Plaxton is the creator of FemmeSchool – Acupressure School for Women. She’s had minimal to no menstruation symptoms or period symptoms for over 17 years! PMS, PMDD may give you signs that your period is coming but there’s a way to eradicate your PMS symptoms because most common symptoms are NOT NORMAL – Find out why.

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Please keep in mind this is general information and may or may not be right for you and it’s important to consult with your health physician. For more information visit: