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Thread: Premenstrual dysphoric disorder

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    Premenstrual dysphoric disorder

    Does any ladies suffer with premenstrual dysphoric disorder
    And if so, how do you cope?





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    Sorry to stick my nose in...
    It's not this, but I do have some sort of mood disorder that runs on roughly a four week cycle. This has been a strange month in that I've been agitated but also low mood over the full moon quarter.
    I wonder if there's a lot of it about, and that if you have a womb then people point as that for the explanation.
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    I get excited when there's a full moon, does that count
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wulfie View Post
    I get excited when there's a full moon, does that count
    Count Dribbler!
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.
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    My missus hangs upside down in her wardrobe every 3rd Wednesday. Does that make her a Batty?
    even a gypsy caravan is too much settling down.
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    No,but big hugs as lady stuff is getting me down at the mo,well in this last week...dont know where i am 1 month to the next,so guessing,hoping,im getting towards the end of that shite...geranium oil is very good for female hormonal balancing,if you d like a mini aromatherapy consultation pm me,as other health conditions,drugs etc could cause contraindications💜xx
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    Hello dear, welcome to the moody sisters tribe. Yes as Rainbomama said, it's probably our hormonal imbalance and we can look for some help with that. There are herbs, certain natural foods and aromatherapy.
    For me personally, Maca root ( powdered in capsules) helped me a lot, I take it daily and I had to wait for results, but I feel much better and kind of... content.
    You can try almost everything, it's what will make you feel better that matters. Yoga, cleansing your chakras, herbal teas, herbal pills, music, aromatherapy.
    Some times it's also about pineal gland problems, it's worth checking.

    Just like menstruations are different and not all the same every month, the mood swings can be more or less, last a day or two or two weeks. It's irritating, isn't.
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    I suppose where it becomes clinical PDD however is where it's making life very difficult, as with anything.
    I'm glad I don't have such a strong hormonal cycle interacting with my wavy baseline.

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