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Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) (cont.)

Outlook

If untreated, PMDD can significantly interfere with a woman's quality of life and her ability to function at work, school, or home. However, PMDD is a treatable condition, with most women reporting a reduction in symptoms with adequate medical treatment. In addition, a number of different therapies are available should a given treatment be ineffective for an individual woman.

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