INFORMATION ABOUT PMS
PMS did not exist 100 years ago and was not even recognized 50 years ago. It is a phenomena associated with the modern way of living in Western industrialized countries. The symptoms of PMS begin 7 - 10 days before menstruation begins. Women often report a tidal wave of symptoms at their onset and dread the approach of each premenstrual time of the month.
Good diet and exercise will help but the root of the problem for 90% of PMS sufferers is out of balance hormones!
Women with PMS tend to have lower levels of progesterone than normal at that time of the month when progesterone is supposed to be dominant. Instead, estrogen is dominant.
The most common symptoms include some or all of the following: Bloating, weight gain, headache, backache, irritability, breast swelling or tenderness, loss of libido and fatigue.
The full range of symptoms include confusion, disorientation, intemperate judgments and decision making, mood swings, body aches, anger and verbal abuse, lethargy alternating with increased energy, alienation, guilt (at having abused friends), lack of self-esteem, cravings for sweets, especially for chocolate. Furthermore, every system in the body can be affected: immune, digestive, circulatory, nervous, endocrine, and dermatologic (skin).
Victims of PMS may experience any combination of the above with symptoms ranging from severe-to-mild to overwhelming.
The mechanism to explain the cause of PMS symptoms is not known and for this reason the symptoms are referred to as a syndrome.
Information About PMS Treatments
Progesterone therapy for PMS was brought to prominence by a Dr. Katarina Dalton in the United Kingdom. Dr. Dalton used a high dosage of progesterone administered as a rectal suppository with excellent results. Dr. Lee then started to use progesterone cream to treat PMS and achieved impressive results.
Dr. Joel Hargrove of Vanderbuilt University Medical Center has published results indicating a 90% success rate when treating PMS with natural progesterone.
For those 10% (approximately) who suffer from PMS and who have causes which are obscure and who cannot resolve their symptoms by balancing their hormones with progesterone, there are a number of alternatives available including treatment offered by physicians who offer homeopathic and herbal treatments.
We offer you the following progesterone cream,
which may be helpful for some of the conditions mentioned on this website.
$27.95 + S/H
'BETA YAM 900'
450 MG PROGESTERONE PER OUNCE
This progesterone cream comes in a
This is a 1-2 month supply.
Cost is $27.95 per jar.
Dr. Lee's book What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause. Priced at $13.50.
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