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What should you do if you think you have symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS)?

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It is extremely important to share your symptoms with your doctor, especially if you are experiencing loss of appetite, insomnia, extreme nervousness, or disinterest in or inability to complete daily activities. Treatments are available for all forms of depression, as well as for PMS and PMDD.

From: Depression and PMS WebMD Medical Reference

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Forrester-Knauss C. , Oct. 2011. BMC Public Health

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on October 13, 2017

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Forrester-Knauss C. , Oct. 2011. BMC Public Health

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on October 13, 2017

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