‘I didn’t know I was suffering from PMDD until I began to track my symptoms plotted over my menstrual cycle.’ – A guest blog by Brett Buchert. (…)
Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
Most of January’s good intentions have to do with health. That’s why we add one more to our ‘to do’-list for 2021: make an appointment with your GP if you’re suffering from one of these menstrual complaints. (…)
‘Rewind two years and you might have found me in a heap on my bedroom floor, crying, engulfed by a black cloud of depression.’ Business psychologist Clare Knox writes about dealing with PMDD. (…)
PMDD is known as the extreme sister of PMS. What exactly causes this syndrome is unclear. But the consequences are drastic.
Too many, too little, too early, too late, not at all: a lot of things can go wrong with menstruation. And all those disorders have a name. An alphabetic summary. (…)
Yes, it’s also a monthly bother. But PMS is not the same as menstruation. (…)