What's working for you? I'm newly diagnosed but the more I read the more I realise that this has been a problem for me for a very long time.
As per my drs recommendation I'm trying a combination of yoga, meditation, aerobics, general cardio, nutrition plan, vitex, b6, zinc and magnesium. I'm trying to avoid SSRIs but I'll head down that path if I can't control it in the next few months. I can't take hormonal contraceptives.
I am finding it so debilitating that I can't work or socialise in the week leading up to AF. It's affecting my husband, kids, friends, and quality of life. I feel out of my head and it's actually caused a couple of major accidents because I can't focus and feel dizzy and headachy.
Any tips and suggestions to help manage PMDD are welcome!
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