Heaviness in breast

25 (87%)

Anxiety

12 (40%)

Constipation

8 (26%)

Lower abdominal pain

25 (79%)

Headache

11 (37%)

Greasy scalp

8 (26%)

Irritability

24 (83%)

Frequency of micturition

11 (37%)

Lack of sleep

7 (23%)

Low backache

20 (70%)

Social withdrawal

11 (37%)

Nausea and vomiting

7 (23%)

Vaginal discharge

16 (50%)

Weight gain

10 (33%)

Dizziness

4 (13%)

Vague body aches

12 (40%)

Bloating of abdomen

10 (33%)

Diarrhea

3 (10%)

Depression

12 (40%)

Muscle and joint pain

9 (30%)

Swelling in feet & hands

2 (6%)

Acne

12 (37%)

More sleep

9 (30%)

Peri-orbital swelling

1 (3%)

Restriction of activity

12 (40%)

The baseline parameters namely HR (p = 0.000), SBP (p= 0.005), DBP (p= 0.000), Serum Cortisol (p = 0.000) in the PMS group were significantly higher than controls. After 1 week of 61-PR training the HR, SBP, DBP and the serum cortisol declined in both the study groups, but with a higher statistical significance in PMS group. Data were analyzed using repeated measures analysis of variance. (Table 2)
Table 1: Symptoms of PMS