January 14, 2020 By Dalia Mortada Texas Public Radio https://www.tpr.org/post/how-puberty-pregnancy-and-perimenopause-impact-womens-mental-health
“Crazy,” “hysterical,” “overreactive,” “hormonal.” These are stereotypes many women still have to fight to be taken seriously. And that fight can be especially challenging because so many women do face very real symptoms such as bloating, headaches, irritability and mood changes — often on a monthly cycle.
These symptoms, especially ones around mood, are often stigmatized and hidden. But they can be signs of changes in hormone levels — estrogen, specifically Read More
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