Women with moderate-to-severe premenstrual syndrome had a 40% increased risk for hypertension later in life compared with women with few or no menstrual symptoms in a recent study.
Hypertension and premenstrual syndrome (PMS) may share some of the same underlying mechanisms, but it was not known whether women with PMS had a higher risk for hypertension, according to the study background.
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