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TEENAGE PMS

Neetu Ralhan
11 to 16 years

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TEENAGE PMS

“You are raising a teen, so get used to the mood swings, the irritable tone and the sullen face”, said Sreeja’s neighbor. “You have spoiled her to no end” is what grannie had to say. Just to be sure, Sreeja turned to Dr. Google, who diagnosed her chirpy 14 year old with a form of depression she had never heard of. Probably Dr. Google was right, since the teen’s bad moods were getting bad enough to disturb the family’s peace and throw life out of gear, only to return back to normal within few days. Thankfully, someone knew better. Her gynecologist explained that the symptoms pointed towards PMS. Sreeja’s immediate reaction was “She is only 14, I never thought she could get PMS.” That day onwards, the family’s monthly roller coaster ride became a little easier.


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nupur gangar

| Sep 18, 2017

it really helped me to understand why my daughter has a sudden change these days... thnk u for the article... it helped me understand her better...

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Anushri Dewoolkar

| Aug 25, 2017

there are no sex pics for teenagers.

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Aarti Chaurasia

| Aug 11, 2017

Really very helpful message

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RENU BHADULA

| Jul 22, 2017

very helpful artical

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aparna

| Feb 02, 2016

good one that Reena!

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Neetu Ralhan

| Jun 15, 2015

Hi Reena. I believe we can't really pinpoint a particular age for PMS. Perhaps we just need to be congnizant of our teenage daughters exhibiting such behaviour and prepare to deal with it in a more sensitive way.

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Reena Kholia

| Jun 15, 2015

whats the right age of PMS?

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