PMS Resource Center
is premenstrual syndrome (PMS)?
vary from one woman to another.
If you think you have PMS, try
keeping track of your symptoms
for several menstrual cycles. You
can use a calendar to note which
symptoms you are having on which
days of your cycle, and how bad
the symptoms are. If you seek medical
care for your PMS, having this
kind of record is helpful.
PMS does not seem to be related
to abnormal hormone levels, some
women respond to hormonal treatment.
For example, one approach has been
to use drugs such as birth control
pills to stop ovulation from occurring.
There is evidence that a brain
chemical, serotonin, plays
a role in severe forms of PMS.
Antidepressants that alter serotonin
in the body have been shown to
help many women with severe PMS.
syndicated from National
Women's Health Information Center
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