It’s important to understand that living with PMDD is a quality of life issue. Not just my quality of life, but the quality of life for my husband and our children. Below is a chart that shows my quality of life in one month, currently, with PMDD.
My mother-in-law is often shares the reminder that no one wants to feel badly. No one wants to be in pain, to feel depressed, to be foggy or hateful or fatigued. Why are there so few medical professionals who know about this, and other “invisible diseases”, like fibromyalgia, and/or take it seriously? Hopefully, with more and more awareness events we can make this a more visible, possibly easier to treat disease.