Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) is a group of changes and symptoms that occur one to two weeks before a woman’s menstrual period. The cause of the symptoms is physical, but the changes can also be emotional and behavioral. Common symptoms include bloating, headaches, acne, tender breasts, weight gain, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and mood changes.
Achieving optimum reproductive health is often more complicated than simply adding a prenatal vitamin to your daily routine. When you schedule a visit with A Woman’s View, we can share information and strategies that help you and your partner increase fertility, conceive, and maintain a healthy pregnancy.
We recognize Dr. Lauren Hill! Lauren joined A Woman’s View in 2019. She has a deep and abiding love for JRR Tolkien’s works. She hasn’t read them all, but she is working on it! In her “imaginary free time,” she likes to play the piano. She played a lot in high school and is trying to get back into it (her focus at the moment is Hamilton!).
At A Woman’s View, we work tirelessly to give each of our patients a personalized, memorable experience when they visit us. We hope that you have noticed, and we’re grateful that you’ve chosen A Woman’s View for your care! Don’t your friends deserve the same care and attention?
Spring is the perfect time to freshen up your health, your goals and your attitude. Here are some thought-provoking suggestions to help you emerge from winter with a new sense of purpose and well-being.