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"The kids respond better to me because, of course, I'm not nagging them so much."
With PMS, Andrea had a very short fuse with her family. Now she has the energy to deal with life. Having less hormonal acne is a plus too!
Vitamin D for Menstrual Cramps: Natural Relief of Dysmennorrhea
April 26, 2012
We recommend a combination of vitamin D, calcium, and magnesium, taken consistently, to control cramps.