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How can you control premenstrual syndrome?

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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Several ways.

Lower abdominal cramping, low back pain, and mood changes.
Like women who experience it every menstrual cycle.Can be treated with nsaids and ssris. Acute hormonal changes never affect men like they do women. Why? We were mde that way.

In brief: Several ways.

Lower abdominal cramping, low back pain, and mood changes.
Like women who experience it every menstrual cycle.Can be treated with nsaids and ssris. Acute hormonal changes never affect men like they do women. Why? We were mde that way.
Dr. Thomas Namey
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