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"Now, things don't bother me anymore."
Jennifer had nearly every PMS symptom, and with a vengeance. Now, to her amazement, she doesn't have any PMS symptoms left at all.
Does Drinking Milk Help PMS?
July 19, 2011
The reason the milk study was done in the first place is because of some excellent research that showed that calcium supplements—pills, not food—are very effective for treating PMS.