Big Pharma Tests New Drug for PMDD

Symptoms of premenstrual syndrome vary widely, from acne and trouble sleeping to upset stomach, headache and irritability. Hormone fluctuations that occur during the menstrual cycle are thought to be a primary cause of PMS, although chemical changes in the brain may also play a role. Low levels of certain vitamins and minerals are associated with PMS, while stress and depression may make symptoms worse. PMS may affect women of any age, although it's most common among women between their late...

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