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Sarah's 28 years of PMS suffering gave way to smiles when her cramps and pains and mood swings and depression went away.
Do Black Women Have Less PMS, PMDD, & Depression?
December 16, 2011
"Black women are less than half as likely as white women to have PMDD, and less likely to have premenstrual symptoms at all."