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premenstrual
American English: /priˈmɛnstr(u)əl/
British English: /priːˈmɛnstrʊəl/

Translation of premenstrual in Spanish:

adjective

  • premenstrual syndrome/tension
    síndrome (masculine) /tensión (feminine) premenstrual
    Example sentences
    • The first ‘modern’ account of premenstrual tension was published in a medical journal in 1931.
    • For how long have women suffered from premenstrual symptoms?
    • It is prescribed for premenstrual problems rather than depression.

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