Jennifer L. Payne, MD discovers frequency of premenstrual mood swings and anxiety is a global public health issue. Her findings which were published in Archives of Women’s Health have received national and international news coverage, including in the U.S. News and World Report. Research found that at least 61% of women in all age groups surveyed reported mood-related symptoms every menstrual cycle. Payne hopes the data will help women get better care by making providers aware of the frequency of symptoms, leading to more treatment options and better quality of life.
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