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Druginformer Identified Side Effects: Premenstrual syndrome, Feeling jittery, Abdominal distension, Discomfort, Feeling drunk, Muscle spasms, Vaginal haemorrhage

Posted By LooeyBee in viewpoints.com on October 1, 2010 @ 12:00 am

ad Reaction I personally had a HORRIBLE experience with this product! As a long time sufferer of PMS symptoms, cramping and bloating I decided to try this product during a long drive. My hope was to ...

Druginformer Identified Side Effects: Sedation, Feeling jittery, Muscle spasms, Somnolence

Posted By staykap in viewpoints.com

... my experience with taking the midol. It does have caffeine in it but for me, it does not make my jittery but actually the opposite - I get really sleepy, almost as if I've been drugged. It usually t...

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