A particular pose in Yoga, Badha Konasana, is said to relieve the PMS symptoms, while also stretching the inner thighs and groin area. It also helps in healthy functioning of the bladder, kidneys, ovaries and the prostate.
Procedure: Sit down, and bring the bottom of the feet together, in such a manner that the knees fall to the sides. The heels should be drawn towards the groin. Hold feet with the hands, and straighten the spine. The belly as well as the perineal floor muscles should be drawn up. Hold on in this position for five breaths.
Badha Konasana also stimulates abdominal organs, relives signs of fatigue, anxiety and depression, soothes menstrual discomforts, and, consistent practice of this asana until late pregnancy eases childbirth. It is a great immune booster.