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Question: I've been getting moody before my period, and feeling tired and draggy. I don't like going home that way—I want to have more energy. I even called in sick at work before my period because I was afraid I was going to have really bad cramps and headaches and not be able to participate in the meeting that day. Now, I can't do keep doing that. I need to be there for my job—I can't call in sick because of PMS symptoms, but I had to. Do other women find that PMS affects their work performance?
Answer: Nina, you are certainly not the only woman whose job performance is affected by PMS! While it is a touchy subject, because women are justifiably afraid this information will be used against them, medical researchers have found that PMS and PMDD interfere with accomplishing work responsibilities. Our solution to this is offer natural options for PMS relief. Whether it's fatigue, feeling moody, tired, and draggy, or other PMS and PMDD symptoms that create problems at work, we think they a natural approach holds the most promise.
So while many women do have PMS and PMDD symptoms that affect their work, you don't need to!
Yours in Health and Wellness,
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Last Modified: October 5, 2011