Symptoms of premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Like PMS, premenstrual dysphoric disorder follows a predictable, cyclic pattern. Symptoms begin in the late luteal phase of the menstrual cycle (after ovulation) and end shortly after menstruation begins. 

On average, the symptoms last six days, with the most intense symptoms happening in the two days before through the day of the start of menstrual blood flow.

Symptoms

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) symptoms differs from individual to individual, but it has some general signs and symptoms.

 It’s essential to recall that these symptoms can be part of normal life routine. But as much symptoms you possess, from the long time without any improvement then it is evident that you are experiencing severe depression.

 When these indications are irresistible and prominent, that is the time when you are required with help and treatment.

Lack of interest in normal routine

 An individual suffering from depression shows lack of interest in his favorite hobbies, He do not like to recall good times and habits of the past, he avoid social gatherings and physical interaction. He became fed up of his life and has no feeling of happiness and excitement towards life.

 Fight and anger

An individual experiences the feeling of stress, twitchy, or even intense anger. Patience level become very less with short temper and every person that individual see or meet get on its nerves and he wanted him to go out of his sight as early as possible. 

Self-hatred

The patient has strong feeling of his unimportance or less value. Patient keeps on blaming himself for everything bad or negative that happened in the past. He found himself responsible for all the problems and mistakes. 

Feeling of disappointment

Patient has the feeling of hopelessness and he believes that everything get worse day by day. Nothing can become better. He get disappointed and feels that there is no ray of hope and wait for death to come.

 Loss of appetite: 

There is a prominent change in the eating habits. Some patients lose weight suddenly and some gain weight in the same way. This change is significant and can be seen within a month. 

Sleep discomfort

There might be insomnia which is sleeplessness and on the other hand patient may experience excessive sleep actually more than normal. 

Loss of current

Laziness and feeling of tiredness occurs. Patient do not want to work and become physically so slow that it feels like having some physical problem.

 Rude attitude

Patient become less interested in his life and began to indulge in life threatening activities. He might slip towards drugs, gambling and dangerous sports that may cause death. Patient may fight and use the abusive language with the one who stop him from such acts.

 Undefined pains

 There is a sudden increase in physical pain and distress like head ache, muscle pain, backbone pain, stomach pain and muscle fatigue.

 Lack of focusing

Patient lacks concentration. He finds difficulty on focusing problems or pay attention to them and also he finds difficulty in the process of decision making. 

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Important note: There is another important factor that many of the individual forget to mention that in severe cases depression may lead to self-hurting or suicide. 

Patient feels such great amount of stress and pain that he finds relief only in getting rid of life. Thoughts of killing and suicides are the most serious symptoms of depression. In such case the patient need a consultant and he is in great need of a medical help. 






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