Treating PMS Symptoms

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There was a time when many health professionals did not take premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, seriously. Fortunately, those days are gone and there is medical agreement that PMS affects many women just before their menstrual cycles. Common symptoms include cramps, bloating, fatigue, and moodiness. For some women, the symptoms can be severe and medication is necessary, but for others, certain lifestyle measures can make a big difference. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services actually has reviewed studies and came up with the following suggestions including getting regular exercise, eating plenty of fruits, vegetables and whole grains, and avoiding foods high in salt, sugar, caffeine, and alcohol. Another big step is to get plenty of sleep. That can make a major difference. The key, of course, is to figure out what you’re doing and to try to make sure you get the attention.

 

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Treatment for PMS

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PMS, or Premenstrual Syndrome, used to be something that was taken lightly. It was not taken seriously. It was considered quote on quote ‘in a woman’s mind.’ Well, studies have shown, and time has shown, that this is a real problem and it can respond to treatment. One of the most effective treatments for PMS actually is to try and find out in the cycle what’s going on, and give medications that can affect hormones. Antidepressant medications can help in severe cases. There are certain ones, the SSRIs, that are very effective.

 

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Recognizing PMS

Recognizing PMS

PMS, or premenstrual syndrome, used to be ignored. Obviously, that is not the case anymore. It’s quite obvious now that it’s recognized as well as it should be. The important thing to realize about PMS is it does occur in a cyclical nature. That may be the greatest way we have to recognize the problems and to evaluate them. If we can do that, we can take big strides in not only treating the problem, but in helping people deal with the symptoms which are very tough on women.

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Effective Treatments for PMS

Effective Treatments for PMS

PMS, or Premenstrual Syndrome, used to be something that was taken lightly. It was not taken seriously. It was considered quote on quote ‘in a woman’s mind.’ Well, studies have shown, and time has shown, that this is a real problem and it can respond to treatment. One of the most effective treatments for PMS actually is to try and find out in the cycle what’s going on, and give medications that can affect hormones. Antidepressant medications can help in severe cases. There are certain ones, like SSRIs, that are very effective.

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Don’t Suffer Alone With PMS Pain

Don’t Suffer Alone With PMS Pain

PMS. It is a source of pain. It’s a source of pain that often, unfortunately, goes undiagnosed. Women can be embarrassed to talk about it, or in fact, it may be ignored when they go to the doctor. PMS occurs the same time every month. That’s why we know, during that pre-menstrual period, it can be an issue. There are treatments for PMS. In fact, there are medications for severe PMS. You should talk to our doctor, and make sure you get some sort of evaluation so that it can be dealt with and treated effectively.

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Early Symptoms of PMS in Girls

Early Symptoms of PMS in Girls

You know, PMS can occur and it can occur even before a child has a period. That’s because there are times where the egg is being released, and during that period of time, you actually can have symptoms and issues surrounding it. Premenstrual syndrome is a major issue, obviously, as women get older, and some have it worse than others, but if you notice that your child has mood swings, or they have issues at a certain time of the month, try to clock it. You may find that they’re in the early stages, before they are actually menstruating, where they’re having some of these changes.

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Relieving PMS Symptoms

Relieving PMS Symptoms

PMS used to be considered a big joke. Now there is a realization that PMS is a true problem and that women who suffer from it have to deal with a great deal of difficulty including pain, headache, and fatigue; all these things are frustrating. The important thing you need to know about PMS is you don’t have to suffer with it long. If you are someone who has the problem, there are medications out there that can be quite helpful. PMS can be dealt with. What you need to do is see your doctor and talk about the options.

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