PMS (Premenstrual Synd...

PMS is a very real issue and causes problems with most women during their fertile childbearing years.  It is usually caused by an excess of estrogen to progesterone.  Progesterone is the hormone produced in the ovaries by the corpus luteum following ovulation and has a tempering effect upon estrogen.  Estrogen is produced by the ovaries during the first half of the menstrual cycle each month, usually peaking at mid cycle, or around days 14-16 following [ continue reading ]

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