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    TAGGED UNDER: Pregnancy Symptoms Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Advertisement When you are trying to conceive, it is extremely PerformX Testo vexing to stay patient for the two-week period (between ovulation time and the date your cycle is expected to start) to know whether you are pregnant or not But, here's the catch During this waiting period, you may experience certain symptoms which can look identical to PMS Therefore, women who have never been pregnant before, may find it almost impossible to draw a line between the two (PMS and pregnancy) As most doctors would suggest, the only reliable way to determine a pregnancy is by taking a pregnancy test However, there are some symptoms of PMS, which are not typical of pregnancy In the following sections, we have listed down the common symptoms of PMS and those of pregnancy, after which we have tried to explain the symptoms which can differentiate one from the other PMS and its Symptoms Premenstrual syndrome, as the name suggests, occurs before a woman's monthly period (usually during the second half of the menstrual cycle) PMS symptoms refer to various physical, emotional, and behavioral changes that take place in the body Although this condition affects most women at some point in their lives, those in their late 20s and early 40s have a higher tendency of experiencing it The physical, behavioral, and emotional symptoms which are commonly indicative of PMS include