Yes. I agree with the previous answer and I also know that women with bipolar disorder are more sensitive to their hormonal changes. I would like to add, though, that if you decide to "fix" your hormonal problems – an endocrinologist can help or a specialist in bioidentical hormones - you might have less episodes. At least this is what I see my practice.
PMDD AND MOOD. Yes. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (pmdd) is a cyclical illness characterized by mood, behavioral, and physical symptoms that occur exclusively in the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle and remit with the onset of menses.Cohen and colleagues found that 57.6% of their patients received a diagnosis of pmdd had a history of major depressive disorder. Good news is that the newer medications helps.