Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Urinating more before menstruation or rule.
Increased urinary frequency by the increase of body fluids such as blood and other fluids. Fluid retention is one of the most common symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome, affecting approximately 70% of women of reproductive age. So it is normal to have more desire to urinate just before menstruation. If it were not that way, some doctors reomendarían a mild diuretic to promote the elimination of liquids.
A part of the largest PMS urination as this need may occur for other hormonal imbalances during menopause or oral contraceptive use and other minor afflictions.
If you retain fluids simple advice is to drink more water or food containing much water. There are some plants that are diuretic as: Dandelion, Corn, Cherry, Achcoria.