If you have symptoms of PMS that do not go away within 3-4 days of the start of your period, call your doctor. You may have a different medical problem.
When the typical symptoms of PMS become so severe that your lifestyle is drastically altered, talk with your health care provider.
Self-Care at Home
Self care reduces many premenstrual symptoms.
Dietary strategies may help.
Regular aerobic exercise and relaxation techniques can help to relieve many of the mood symptoms found with PMS. Muscle relaxation techniques and massage therapy may help.
The symptoms of premenstrual syndrome are usually gone within 3-4 days of the start of your period. If you have a severe case of PMS, some doctors will treat you with a variety of
medications or with a combination of medicine,
exercise. The only definitive cure for PMS is removal of the uterus and ovaries, which may have many other complications and unwanted long- and short-term consequences. Most women gain benefit from existing therapies without surgery.
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