Synonyms for premenstrual or Related words with premenstrual


Examples of "premenstrual"
He published his book “Síndrome premenstrual desde una nueva perspectiva” (Premenstrual Syndrome: A New Perspective) in 1995.
Fluoxetine is used to treat premenstrual dysphoric disorder.
A 2003 placebo-controlled small short-term study in India of 80 women with premenstrual acne vulgaris acne, were given rofecoxib or placebo for 2 cycles of 10 days suggest that "rofecoxib is effective in the management of premenstrual acne.
Most research indicates that orally-administered evening primrose oil does not relieve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.
• Cramps- coping with menstruation and premenstrual tension including a full exercise program-
The symptoms in which coincide with mood disorders, such as major depressive disorder or bipolar disorder, may worsen during the premenstrual period and thus may mimic PMDD. This phenomenon is known as premenstrual exacerbation (PME) and refers to the worsening of mood disorder symptoms during the premenstrual phase. An estimated 40% of women who seek treatment for PMDD are found to not have PMDD, but rather a PME of an underlying mood disorder.
Dydrogesterone has shown reasonable efficacy in relieving a number of premenstrual syndrome symptoms like mood swings & physical symptoms.
A more severe and disabling form of premenstrual syndrome in which mood symptoms are the primary characteristic.
Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Like PMS, premenstrual dysphoric disorder follows a predictable, cyclic pattern. Symptoms begin in the late luteal phase of the menstrual cycle (after ovulation) and end shortly after menstruation begins. On average, the symptoms last six days but can start up to two weeks before menses. The most intense symptoms occur two days before the start of menstrual blood flow through the first day of menstrual blood flow. The symptoms should cease shortly after the start of the menstrual period.
A term used to describe the psychological aspects of premenstrual syndrome, such as the "indescribable tension", depression, hostility, and increased seizure activity in women with seizure disorder.
Midol is a brand of an over-the-counter drug for menstrual cramping and other effects related to premenstrual syndrome and menstruation. Midol is distributed by Bayer.
A study found that dutasteride, which blocks the formation of the neurosteroid allopregnanolone from progesterone, is effective in reducing symptoms in women with premenstrual dysphoric disorder.
72.*Marbach, J.J., Raphael, K.G., and Dohrenwend, B.P., Do Premenstrual Pain and Edema Exhibit Seasonal Variability? Psychosomatic Medicine 57:536–541, 1995.
This is part of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and is estimated to occur in 20 to 30% of women. In 3 to 8% it is severe.
Citalopram is frequently used off-label to treat anxiety, panic disorder, dysthymia premenstrual dysphoric disorder, body dysmorphic disorder and obsessive–compulsive disorder.
It is thought that fluctuations in the levels of inhibitory neurosteroids during the menstrual cycle and pregnancy play an important role in a variety of women's conditions, including premenstrual syndrome (PMS), premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), postpartum depression (PPD), postpartum psychosis, and catamenial epilepsy. In addition, it is thought that changes in neurosteroid levels may be involved in the changes in mood, anxiety, and sexual desire that occur during puberty in both sexes and during menopause in women.
The diagnosis of bipolar disorder can be complicated by coexisting (comorbid) psychiatric conditions including the following: obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance abuse, eating disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, social phobia, premenstrual syndrome (including premenstrual dysphoric disorder), or panic disorder. A careful longitudinal analysis of symptoms and episodes, enriched if possible by discussions with friends and family members, is crucial to establishing a treatment plan where these comorbidities exist.
Premenstrual water retention, causing bloating and breast tenderness, is common, and may be related to hormone imbalances promoted by a lack of nutrients such as B vitamins or magnesium.
More severe symptoms of anxiety or depression may be signs of premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). Rarely, in individuals who are susceptible, menstruation may be a trigger for menstrual psychosis.
Her books include: "Once a Month: The Original Premenstrual Syndrome Handbook" (1978) which became a best seller, and "Depression after Childbirth: How to Recognize, Treat, and Prevent Postnatal Depression".