PMDD is a more severe form of PMS.
Whilst most people who have periods experience headaches, fatigue, bloating and changes in appetite, to name a few, those who experience PMDD experience much more severe symptoms which significantly affect their day-to-day life.
Symptoms of PMDD can include:
physical symptoms such as extreme cramps, headaches and joint and muscle pain
feelings of depression and high anxiety
It is unknown why some people experience such intense symptoms but if you are experiencing PMS and period pain to the degree that it stops you going to work, socialising and enjoying your daily life, then get checked out by a professional to rule out any underlying conditions and get appropriate treatment.
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