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Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder In Children
PMDD: Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (pmdd) is a condition where a woman has severe depression symptoms, irritability, and tension in the 5-10 days before menstruation. The symptoms of pmdd are more severe and debilitating than in premenstrual syndrome (pms). They usually remit when menstruation begins. Mood swings; panic attacks; trouble sleeping; feeling out of control, etc can be seen in pmdd. ...Read more
PMDD: Pmdd is a condition were a woman has severe depression symptoms, irritability, and tension in the 5-10 days before menstruation. The symptoms of pmdd are more severe and debilitating than in premenstrual syndrome (pms). They usually remit when menstruation begins. Mood swings; panic attacks; trouble sleeping; feeling out of control; and several other symptoms all can be seen in pmdd. ...Read more
PMDD: Several, especially mood symptoms. They can include despair, anxiety, sensitivity to rejection or criticism, panic attacks, uncontrollable crying spells, mood swings, anger/irritability, apathy, poor concentration, chronic fatigue, craving for food or binging, sleep changes, feels overwhelmed or out of control, sex drive changes, tender swollen breasts, headaches, muscleaches, bloating. ...Read more
PMDD: Symptoms include: disinterest in activities and relationships, fatigue, sadness or hopelessness, tension or anxiety, feeling out of control, cravings or binge eating, mood swings marked by periods of teariness, persistent irritability or anger, bloating, breast tenderness, headaches, and joint or muscle pain, problems sleeping, trouble concentrating. Sxs occur 1-2 weeks prior to menstruation. ...Read more
PMDD: A syndrome of physical and emotional symptoms taking place during the luteal phase and usually the week before menstruation improving with blood flow. Depressive mood, irritability, poor motivation & interest, sleep problems, decreased concentration, rapid mood changes. Anxiety & tension, hopelessness. Resulting in drop in level of functioning and interpersonal conflicts. It is a treatable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would Nova Ring help with Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder? a friend mine has horrible PMDD and says that is the only thing that has helped her? Tx.
Is there blood work to diagnose PMDD Premenstrual dysphoric disorder? I feel very strong that this is the case now that I am 30.
No blood work: There is no specific blood work that makes the diagnosis, rather the symptom complex suggests the PMDD diagnosis. ...Read more
Is having a nuva ring inserted.Or a shot that last for 3 months good options whn you have premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Thanks so mu h?
Option: Yes, preventing a menstrual cycle can be u helpful for pmdd, especially if you are needing contraception. There are alternatives, including increasing serotonin premenstrually by taking ssri forb 5 days, for example. Maybe, 5-htp amino acid, prementstrually, for 5-7 days can help too. ...Read more
Bipolar, add, premenstrual dysphoric disorder.So sad is is to c her this way./any meds she can take to help her be happy ..
What meds would all work together good if a 17 year old has bipolar.. Add..& premenstrual dysphoric disorder. She has so many disorders what meds woul?
It would be: Necessary to know a lot more about her medically and about her other disorders.Since she will need a psychostimulant most likely for her add, she would be best served by Depakote as a mood stabilizer because it also prevents people on psychostimulants from going into a manic state. While on Depakote she would need to take birth control. Her gynecologist could select birth control that could help with her pms.The Depakote could also relieve chronic headaches.I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more
What is a recommended treatment that actually works for premenstrual dysphoric disorder. My grandaughter 17 was on Prozac (fluoxetine) but still bad. Pl help. ?
See specialist: As a women's health psychiatrist, I have found each patient has unique needs and responses to medication. Ensure she gets a genetic cheek swab test to help direct treatment, showing to which meds she will better tolerate/respond.. "assurex" 888-987-9913 or "genomind" 877-895-8658. Ask your md to contact one of these companies and test before adding/changing medicine! talk with your. ...Read more
premenstrual dysphoric disorder ,bi-polar. periods bad..tried all meds. can't metabolize. wants 2 try Nova Ring.it helped her friend. what your views?
More information.: "Tried all meds" is unlikely to be true. More likely it's "fed up with trying meds," perhpas with reason. But which meds, at what doses, for what length of time? and what is meant by "can't metabolize"? This would be important information. ...Read more
Is it better 2 c an endrocronologist or gyn 4 premenstrual dysphoric disorder? My grdaughter is 17 and suffers from it. Was on Prozac (fluoxetine) but didn't help
See below: Ob/gyn docs provide primary care for gynecological problems. They can suggest next steps including treatment or a specialist if needed. ...Read more
I had vertigo a few days before my period. Can premenstrual dysphoric disorder or pms cause this because now I don't have it?
Vertigo may vary: Vertigo should feel like movement when you do not move- it may be spinning, falling, a rocking sensation, etc. It may be caused by benign changes of the inner ear. Sometimes there are more serious causes. PMDD normally is not associated with this symptom. Symptoms of vertigo may come and go- it commonly varies in this way. ...Read more
She HS premenstrual dysphoric disorder & bipolar. Besides being on meds 4 bipolar wouldn't help 2 c endocrinologist & b put on simethg lk bc pill?
Has bipolar, add, & premenstrual dysphoric disorder. What meds wd work w bipolar.She unhappy/moody. She is on vivanse 60m/stratterra 60mg&risperdal 25mg?
Are facts accurate?: Either your age is not 74 or premenstrual dysphoric disorder can't be a current diagnosis. I also suspect that the dose of Risperdal is 2.5 mg daily and not 25 mg. Is the fever recent and coincident with cough and headache or did they start with a change in a medicine? If 47, then Abilify (aripiprazole) (2 to 5 mg) in place of Risperdal may improve mood and general emotional stability. Suggest talk with your dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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