PMS symptoms return for those who stop drug therapy

05/20/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

Up to 60% of women with severe premenstrual syndrome who get relief from taking the antidepressant sertraline find their symptoms return within six to eight months after stopping the treatment, U.S. researchers reported. They found the relapse rate was significantly higher among women with severe PMS symptoms and women on a short-term drug treatment compared with long-term therapy.

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