How to relieve Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) symptoms

Assuming you have a 2 ounce container of natural progesterone cream that contains a total of 960mg. That means that:
1/2 teaspoon= 40mg
1/4 teaspoon= 20mg
1/8 teaspoon= 10mg
For the first 2 months, use one 2 ounce jar per month from days 10 to 12 until day 26to 30. Start counting with the first day of your period as day 1. Starting on day 10, 11 or 12, apply a small dab of cream at night for a few nights, then a small dab of cream morning and night. Finish off the last 3 or 4 days with bigger dabs of cream, making sure you use up the whole 2 ounce jar. Do this until day 26-30 depending on when you expect to see your period. If your period starts before day 26, stop using the cream. Once you see your period, start counting day 1 again, then start the cream on day 10,11 or 12. When your symptoms are less severe, you can reduce the amount you use aiming to use 1/2 of a 2 ounce jar per month.

Alternative remedies for Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Premenstrual syndrome can be very uncomfortable for many women, some more than others. There are several alternative remedies and treatments for PMS. Research has found some of them to be effective and others less so.

Acupuncture for PMS

Some women have gotten some relief from lower abdominal pain after having acupuncture. Reflexology is a variation of acupuncture in which needles are not used. Instead, pressure is put on acupuncture points. This has also relieved PMS symptoms for some women.

7 Comments

  1. My left nipples has been hurting since last month, not both nipples. I’m trying to figure out what could be the cause of the pain. It’s real tender.. help

  2. How can i be pregnant after 1yr 4 months of miscarriage with different symptom every months thinking am pregnant but not advice me am 32 year

  3. Well anonymous tipper…keep your bias opinions to yourself, its people like you who keep this world depressing…and could you sound more childish by saying like this, like that and like….seriously grow up, Terri’s living her life by looking forward to a better future…and Terri I hope things work out for you

  4. My nipples r sore In the bottom of my stomach hurts some time I craves some food I sleep all-day, some days I snap

  5. Terri maybe it’s like a sign that like you shouldn’t be like having so many like children. This planet is like overpopulated. Like. TWO IS ENOUGH!

  6. Have you tried the INTIMIA breast pillow? This pillow is simply amazing and has literally changed my life. I suffered terribly with tender/swollen and sore breasts during PMS and mensturation. It was a nightmare to fall asleep and stay asleep – I was dependant on medication until I found out about INTIMIA! wow – this pillow is just great as it’s lightweight/soft and luxurious feel comfortably separates the breasts, eliminating pressure and soreness. Everyone women should own one of these . Check it out at http://www.intimia.com

  7. Hi. I’m 33, and for the past 3 months my periods have been on like an 18 day cycle. My husband and I are trying to conceive but no luck. The harder we try the more out of whack my system gets. I have two children already with no complications. The weird thing this month with my cycle is I started on the 8th of January, and if I had a 28 day cycle like before than it wasn’t due until the 18th. I felt like I was ovulating the entire 10 days before starting and the symptoms haven’t ceased since day one of my period and it’s day 4. Day one I barely bled, it looked like implantation bleeding. Day two was fairly light. Day three and presently day four is really heavy and clotty but I haven’t had the cramps nor do I have the pressure I normally feel in my vagina when standing. I still have swollen breast, and serious bloat. I even have crying spells and my emotions are out of whack. Should I worry about cervical cancer or early menopause???? I had a pap recently and it’s normal, like every year. Any advise would be appreciated. My doctor tries putting me on BC but I don’t like BC and most importantly we’re trying to have a baby. Thank you for any insight.

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