Premenstrual Tension (PMT)
A lot of PMT is also due to lack of Zinc, and / or lack of calcium, magnesium and potassium,
which can cause terrible cramping in the womb. The Foresight hair analysis is a good start.
VOSPs also play a major role. Alcohol in the previous few days can led to a lot of water retention,
possibly because of the way it uses up all the B-complex vitamins. (It has to be admitted though that a
drink can relax the cramping, so long as you are not on a preconception programme).
Nothing to do with hormones is ever helped by the contraceptive pill in the long term, although
you may be offered it as a temporary solution in the short-term! See the Section on Contraception
to see exactly how this works. If you want children in the long term (as, if you are reading this
website, you probably do!) then monkeying about with the hormones is not the solution.
Allergy, especially allergy to milk, may be a factor. Now they are milking the cows while they are
pregnant there is a release of pregnancy hormones into the milk. The amount will of course be variable,
and is unmonitored. However, any intake of foreign hormones must be questionable, and is unlikely to
be helpful. Try Rice Dream.
It is worth having a hair analysis and re-balancing the minerals. It is also worth checking the house for
electromagnetism. As the siting of mobile phone masts grows by the day, we shall all be more and more at
risk to minor, but tiresome, health problems caused by this.
The link to PMT is so far unexamined, and as the mobile phone people are very rich, it is very unlikely
it will be studied in the future. So we have to make our own observations.
Several years ago, with one of my long-term infertile mothers, Roy Riggs found a “ley line” from an
underground river crossing the pillow, at a spot where it could quite often affect the pituitary gland.
Following his visit the bed was moved and she now has two sons!
I have known of these lines affecting kidney function, and of them giving people the symptoms of M.E.
They can also cause miscarriage, and low sperm count. So I feel this would be worth investigating if
the condition persists after other solutions have been tried.
Remember you are allowed to be a woman, and you cannot be expected to work at full tilt all month. At home,
you can organize your months so that you do less gardening and more sewing on the relevant week. If you are
at work, try to make things easy for yourself, (if you can!) the week you need things easier!
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