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Having undiagnosed sexually transmitted infection could worsen a woman’s PMS symptoms

New United Kingdom research has found that women who have undiagnosed sexually transmitted infections (STI) may be more likely to experience negative premenstrual symptoms (PMS). Carried out by researchers at Oxford University, the study was part of a long-term partnership with period-tracking app CLUE. The team gathered data from 865 CLUE users who logged information on the app about their menstrual bleeding patterns, experience of pain and emotions, and their hormonal contraceptive use. Users were al

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