A few weeks ago, I was chatting with Lindsey (our resident food pro), and she mentioned she was dealing with PMDD. She also mentioned it’s way more common than you might think — it’s estimated that over five million women in the U.S. are dealing with it right now.
I wanted to learn more, so I asked Lindsey to share her experience, and everything she’s learned about PMDD so far. It’s a super informative post and I’m so grateful to Lindsey for taking the time to write this up. Here’s Lindsey:
One day awhile back, I was exasperated with everything, but especially my mental and physical health issues. I searched online for something akin to “symptoms that get better when period starts.” Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder, or PMDD, was the top result, and that search changed my life and definitely saved it too.Come learn with me, and share your experiences too.