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What is the premenstrual phase?

Phase 4 of your cycle is the pre-menstrual phase. It begins 7 to 10 days before your period. During this phase, if there is no pregnancy, your body prepares to expel what would have been used to welcome a baby (the endometrium).

During this premenstrual phase, you may experience headaches, breast tenderness, swelling in the lower abdomen, stomach or back pain, nausea, pimples, etc. You may also feel tired, irritated, sad or angry.

We rarely say it, but it’s also an interesting time when we know clearly what we want, we can decide easily, and we don’t let ourselves be pushed around, a bit like a Queen! Make the most of it!

I advise you to write down every day how you feel during this phase. This will help you to observe and understand what’s going on in your body and, as if by magic, you’ll see that, little by little, this phase will go very smoothly.

If, on the other hand, you’re feeling too much pain or emotion, you could be suffering from premenstrual syndrome, and I’d advise you to talk to a midwife or gynaecologist.

Sources : Jack Parker, Élise Thiébaut & Toubibadakar