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Research Article

Life Style Factors Associated with Premenstrual Syndrome among El-Minia University Students, Egypt

Table 2

Ranking of premenstrual symptoms according to severity ( ).

SymptomMildModerateSevere
% % %

Fatigue6324.97228.58834.8
Mood swings7730.47228.57328.9
Anxiety6826.95120.26124.1
Irritability7228.56425.35521.7
Heavy aching legs4216.64417.44819
Insomnia6224.55120.24618.2
Nervous tension9838.76023.74517.8
Depression6826.94417.44517.8
Confusion7529.63915.43815
Crying4919.44718.63313
Excessive thirst6626.14216.63313
Headache8232.44216.63212.6
Craving of sweets4919.44517.82811.1
Forgetfulness6023.74015.82610.3
Abdominal bloating7429.24417.9259.9
Disorientation5622.1176.7207.9
Heart pounding5019.83313187.1
Increase in appetite5019.84819176.7
Dizziness or fainting6324.92610.3155.9
Bad breath6726.5239.1145.5
Increase in physical activity5120.23714.6135.1
Breast tenderness43172911.5124.7
Weight gain3413.43212.6104

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