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Premenstrual Syndrome-A Review of Herbal and Nutritional Interventions

@inproceedings{Hudson2006PremenstrualSR,
  title={Premenstrual Syndrome-A Review of Herbal and Nutritional Interventions},
  author={T. Hudson},
  year={2006}
}
Eighty percent of women experience premenstrual emotional or physical changes, whereas only about 20-40% of these women have difficulties as a result. A much smaller number, about 2.5-5 percent,' feel it has a significantly negative impact on their lives, to the point where work, relationships and home life are jeopardized. It is difficult to identify the cause in a condition that overlaps so broadly with normal physiology, affects so many, and has such a wide array of symptoms. Many theories… Expand

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