PMS: Diet Dos and Don'ts
WebMD talks to experts about foods to eat or avoid to help control PMS.
Why PMS Gives You Insomnia
Can't sleep before you get your period? Here's why -- and what you can do about it.
PMS Signs and Symptoms
If the sadness and mood swings don't get you, the cramps and headaches just might. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) affects almost all women to some degree.
Winning the War on PMS
Women who think they suffer from PMS will still want to consult a doctor, experts say, to rule out such medical problems as fibroids and endometriosis. Once you're past that step, you'll be glad to know there's an ever-growing arsenal to employ in the battle for relief -- from dietary changes and exercise to multivitamins and prescription medication.