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Can PMS be something serious?

Can PMS be something serious?

Could b: There was a successful homicide defense in england based on pms. ...Read more

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Pms (Definition)

Collection of emotional symptoms, with or without physical symptoms, related to the menstrual cycles. Common symptoms are irritability, tension & dysphoria, also insomnia, headaches, fatigue, mood swings, ...Read more


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Does the pill cure pms?

Does the pill cure pms?

It can help: Birth control pills can help reduce the symptoms of pms. Certain brands are designed to avoid monthly periods and these can be especially helpful. ...Read more

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Would it be unhealthy to have PMS symptoms before period while on the pill?

Would it be unhealthy to have PMS symptoms before period while on the pill?

It is not 'normal': Most women do not suffer pms so i don't think you'd consider it 'normal' under any circumstance. Some women with painful and/or emotionally intense symptoms the week before they bleed, diagnosed with pms, will improve once they start bc pills to help better regulate the hormones. But, that may not be the whole story as there could also be a problem with neurotransmitters, like serotonin, in pms. ...Read more

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I still get pms and cramps every month, even though I am on the pill,normal?

I still get pms and cramps every month, even though I am on the pill,normal?

Can happen: Discuss with your GYN if pill change may help, also hydrate well, exercise regularly, stretching and yoga also helps, if still symptomatic after all these, then other options also available ...Read more

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Im on the pill and have been for 7 years, now my periods come whenever they want regardless of the pill cycle , and terrible pms...What to do?

Im on the pill and have been for 7 years, now my periods come whenever they want regardless of the pill cycle , and terrible pms...What to do?

Talk with your doc: When something is no longer working for you, it's time to check in with your doc. Think about a different medicine, check thyroid, figure out why your period has a mind if its own. Sometimes reasons are simple, others more concerning. What else has changed in your life: diet/caffeine/alcohol, exercise, rest, stress, type of pill, herbs/supplements, age (near menopause)? Your doc can help. ...Read more

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