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Why do I feel like I have the flu right before my period?

Verified by Dr. Heather Irobunda (she/her), MD, OB/GYN
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What our doctors say

It can be really annoying not knowing if you are getting sick or if it's just your period coming! The sudden fluctuation of hormones (estrogen and progesterone) before your period is probably why you may feel like you're coming down with the flu.

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