Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) occurs just prior to menstruation and is characterized by significant:
PMS affects about 75% of women. PMDD affects 2%-10% of all women during their reproductive years. With treatment, the condition can be managed. Some women no longer have any symptoms once PMDD has been diagnosed and treated.
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