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Clomid (Clomiphene)

###table###Clomid(Clomiphene)
Other names: Serophene
THE FACTORS WHICH CAUSE PMS
There are a great many factors which are thought to contribute to PMS (premenstrual syndrome).
• Lack of essential fatty acids and prostaglandin El (see below)
• Poor diet (too much tea, coffee, chocolate, sugar and dairy produce are common causes)
• Drink, drugs, and smoking
• (Possibly) environmental pollutants, e.g. petrol fumes, formaldehyde in furniture, chemical sprays
• The oral contraceptive pill
• Gynecological and hormonal problems
• Stress and problems in life
• Lack of exercise
Pregnancies (PMS symptoms sometimes get worse after a second or third pregnancy)
Operations (PMS symptoms can occur after surgery such as a hysterectomy or sterilization, or abdominal surgery)
• Alcohol
• Candida albicans, the yeast infection, and food allergies. Candida albicans can either exacerbate or be mistaken for PMS. Food allergies are sometimes connected with PMS, and can make the symptoms worse. Often Candida albicans and food allergies go together.
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