Dr Hafiz Muhammad Shahzad Rafiq, Dr Ayesha Rehman, Dr Muhammad Ahmed Abubakar
Premenstrual disorder (PMS) is a mental and physical problem that occurs only 8 to 11 days before the female cycle. The normal side effects of PMS are emotional episodes, torment and tenderness in the chest, stomach upset, lack of arousal, severe brain pain, back and body torments, cramps, extended affectivity to torments. The severity of the manifestations varies from one individual to another. Late evidence has recommended that disruptive influences on serum calcium levels may extend the side effects of PMS. Our current research was conducted at Lahore General Hospital, Lahore from March 2018 to February 2019. Calcium supplementation may be a powerful treatment for PMS. This investigation was conducted with the evaluation destinations of the various articles identified with the subject. A search on PubMed and Google of different articles containing keywords was conducted. Key words: Calcium, Premenstrual Disease.