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It's All In Your Brain

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The Menstrual Pain-Brain Connection

Pain is not just a symptom. It's a complex experience deeply influenced by biological, psychological, and social factors. Pain is also notoriously difficult to measure - and...
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Neuroplasticity as a tool for optimising menstrual health

For centuries, the prevailing belief was that the adult brain was immutable to change. The concept of neuroplasticity—the brain's ability to change functionally or structurally...
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Will Neuroimaging Revolutionise the Diagnosis of PMDD?

Despite its impact, it takes an average of 20 years for women to be accurately diagnosed with PMDD. The diagnosis is fraught with unique challenges, which include...
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Periods, Productivity, and the Path to Progress

The statistics are glaring: menstrual symptoms undeniably influence productivity. However, while these numbers are revealing, capturing the full spectrum of menstrual symptoms...
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The Problem with Painkillers: They Weren't Made for Women

Over 90% of women continue to grapple with menstrual cramps using an unevolved, 1980s-era solution: over-the-counter (OTC) painkillers. This makes even less sense when you look...
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Women with severe PMS and PMDD experience depression-like symptoms every month

An increasing number of clinical studies are examining the brain in relation to the menstrual cycle, with a particular focus on women with severe PMS symptoms or Premenstrual...

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