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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!
PMDD and the DSM-V Manual
May 21, 2012
PMDD is poised to move out of the appendix of the DSM Manual, the "diagnostic bible" of psychiatry, into the main section, resulting in more respect and attention for premenstrual dysphoric disorder.