PMS

PMS
14Dec, 2011

Antidepressants for PMS? Think Again!

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A report revealed that only some symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) improve with the use of antidepressants.  Researchers discovered that women with multiple physical and psychological symptoms were the most likely to see improvement, while women with mainly physical symptoms received little help. These symptoms  include bloating, breast tenderness, mood swings, irritability, food cravings, migraines, weight gain, depression, and anxiety.  PMS can be severe enough to disrupt women’s daily lives. The research states that “As with any medication… a woman has to balance the likelihood of benefit with an SSRI […]
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26Jul, 2011

Dr. Hotze – PMS

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Do you experience cramps, breast tenderness, mood swings or heavy periods each month?  Did you know that these premenstrual symptoms are caused by low progesterone?  A safe, natural solution is to replenish your body with bioidentical progesterone, which is identical to the progesterone your body makes.  Do not let your doctor prescribe you birth control pills, which are not only foreign to the body and dangerous, but also do not solve the underlying cause of your pms.
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