Unlike other illnesses, PMS is difficult to diagnose because it encompasses such a large number of wide ranging symptoms. Some womens symptoms are primarily emotional-- such as mood swings or depression--while other women experience the physical effects of PMS, such as bloating, fatigue, and cramping. This difficulty in diagnosing PMS results in a corresponding difficulty in finding effective help and treatment. In this invaluable book, Barbara Moe explains how PMS can become a manageable problem by supplying the reader with practical coping techniques and treatment options.
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