PMS is uncomfortable, but its generally not worrisome unless it interferes with your normal activities.Other normal menstruation symptoms include: Acne.Use the broad range of factors below as a guide.

What is a normal menstrual cycle?The day after you ovulate, your temperature will increase by at least.5C (36.7C.1C for example) and stay at this temperature until menstruation.Also called dysmenorrhea, extremely painful menstruation is likely linked to an underlying medical problem, such as: fibroids pelvic inflammatory disease abnormal tissue growth outside of the uterus (endometriosis).

Symptoms, some months your breasts may feel tender when you have your period.Take your temperature at about the same time every day.