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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

perasaan itu


x tau knp perlu ade perasaan nih... kecewa... sakit hati... sedih... marah... x tau nak luahkan kat siapa perasaan ni... bukan semua blh faham perasaan kita kan... hanya kita dan ALLAH jer yg tahu... ya ALLAH, kau jauhkan lah aku dr perasaan ini... tenangkan lah hati dan perasaanku... aminnnnn...


♥♥♥ سواي @ ماما ايمان شاهيراه ♥♥♥ said...

aik tak kan pasai aku blum byr duit ko ..ko nak majuk kot..huhuhu

nifalnin... said...

bukan la weh... heheheh... x der kena mengena pun ngan ko... heheheh... emosi jer aku nih.. PMS kot... heheheheh

Nandre The Legend said...

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) (also called PMT or premenstrual tension) is a collection of physical and emotional symptoms related to a woman's menstrual cycle. While most women of child-bearing age (up to 85%) report having experienced physical symptoms related to normal ovulatory function, such as bloating or breast tenderness, medical definitions of PMS are limited to a consistent pattern of emotional and physical symptoms occurring only during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle that are of "sufficient severity to interfere with some aspects of life".[1] In particular, emotional symptoms must be present consistently to diagnose PMS. The specific emotional and physical symptoms attributable to PMS vary from woman to woman, but each individual woman's pattern of symptoms is predictable, occurs consistently during the ten days prior to menses, and vanishes either shortly before or shortly after the start of menstrual flow.

Only a small percentage of women (2 to 5%) have significant premenstrual symptoms that are separate from the normal discomfort associated with menstruation in healthy women.[1][2]

Culturally, the abbreviation PMS is widely understood in English-speaking countries to refer to difficulties associated with menses, and the abbreviation is used frequently even in casual and colloquial settings, without regard to medical rigor. In these contexts, the syndrome is rarely referred to without abbreviation, and the connotations of the reference are frequently more broad than the clinical definition.

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a more severe condition, positioned as a psychiatric disorder similar to unipolar depression.