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and batter them with something? Nothing that would do them any real harm - just to get a bit of aggression out... GAH. Bloody PMT is really hitting me hard lately It actually makes me feel murderous, and I am so intolerant! Please tell me it's not going to be like this right through the menopause as well?
YANBU to want to, but to do it would definitly BU. PMT is an absolute nightmare. I have never suffered before this year, but every month it seems to be getting worse so you have my sympathies.The usual, wine and chocolates seem to help me
Get yourself to Holland & Barrett and get some Agnus Castus.I thought it was a placebo affect until I didn't take it one month and boy did we all know about it.
Is it having dc? Or age? Do we know? I used to think that people were making a bit of a fuss I believe this may be payback
my PMT is definitely getting worse with age. it is almost as if a mist comes over me and I get so worked up about everything. SerendipitousHarlot, you have my sympathies, for what it is worth.
Fab - how long did it take to start working? I am really impatient and stop taking things if I don't see any change Serendipitous - I think mine was having DS, it seemed to coincide with stopping breastfeeding and then the PMT gradually got worse.
Me too Numberfour - I'm not myself at all. And I hate people talking to me as well. I think there should be a Lock Yourself Away Day, sort of like a Bank Holiday.
MIAonline -pretty much straight away
That is fast enough, even for me Fab Will give that a try before I torture-- DH this month asap.Thank you, sorry serendipitous for the hijack. Perhaps we could be a trial sample of 2 and see if there is any improvement.
Magnesium supplements have helped me a lot. But yes, it gets worse with age IME and worse still at the peri-menopausal stage. I'm not so much murderous (mostly), more tearful. About everything. I embarrass even myself.
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