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PMS Interviews

PMS INTERVIEWS
FROM THE CLINIC
“I thought my PMS was getting much
worse so I went to see Siobhan to get some natural support. The crankiness and short temper I used to get a few days before my period was pretty constant and I was feeling more tired than usual. I learned it was really just signs of my oestrogen dropping due to perimenopause. My periods have been getting lighter and I knew menopause was coming, but I guess
I was in denial a little bit! I started taking Menopause Support and I feel much less tired and less emotional… I have so much more patience for my husband and my kids now too!”
“I was put on the pill because I had bad acne, and when I came off the pill last year my periods were all over the place and the acne came back. I started taking Agnus castus to rebalance things. I also got advice on my diet, like reducing dairy and sugar, which was hard but worth it! My skin cleared up within 6 weeks, and 6 months later my cycles are back to normal and my PMS is gone! I track my cycles with an app now cos otherwise I wouldn’t even know I was due.”
“I was feeling so depleted as a new
mother of two, and my PMS was so
intense since having kids, it seemed to last the entire second half of my cycle. I was recommended to replenish my nutrients with Balance Mineral drink and take Agnus castus twice a day. I noticed my energy levels improved quite quickly. I take the Balance drink daily, when I need
a pick me up around 4 pm when the kids’ witching hour starts! And after 3 cycles, my PMS has reduced significantly, now just a day or two. I am going to keep taking Agnus castus for a few more months and
hope to reduce the PMS further.”
“The first or second day of every period I have to take so many painkillers and stay in bed with a hot water bottle. Every month. It uses up all my sick days from work. Siobhan recommended a herb called Agnus castus, which I have been taking every day for the last 4 months. She also recommended a gluten-free diet, which I have also been on for 4 months. I still have some pain for 3 days of each period but the cramps are much better already, and this month I did not need to miss work, which was amazing! I will continue on the herbs and gluten-free diet and hope it will continue to improve!”
A 2012 study showed that 75% of
women with endometriosis reported
statistically significant change in painful symptoms after 12 months on a gluten-free diet.1 I always recommend removing gluten in cases of endometriosis, and suspected endometriosis, as it can often be difficult to diagnose. If cramps are so bad that you’re missing work or school, ditch the gluten!
As her menopause approached, Geraldine came to the clinic because her PMS symptoms were getting worse and her periods were
getting lighter and farther apart.
Maura had been on the pill since she was 15 and recently decided to come off it.
Lotte came to the clinic after she had just finished breastfeeding her two children consecutively for the past 4 years.
Since she was a teenager, Agnieska has had excruciating cramps and has been tested for endometriosis multiple times but tests come up negative which is quite common.
PMS INTERVIEWS
FROM THE CLINIC
“I thought my PMS was getting much worse so I went to see Siobhan to get some natural support. The crankiness and short temper I used to get a few days before my period was pretty constant and I was feeling more tired than usual. I learned it was really just signs of my oestrogen dropping due to perimenopause. My periods have been getting lighter and I knew menopause was coming, but I guess I was in denial a little bit! I started taking Menopause Support and I feel much less tired and less emotional… I have so much more patience for my husband and my kids now too!”
“I was put on the pill because I had bad acne, and when I came off the pill last year my periods were all over the place and the acne came back. I started taking Agnus castus to rebalance things. I also got advice on my diet, like reducing dairy and sugar, which was hard but worth it! My skin cleared up within 6 weeks, and 6 months later my cycles are back to normal and my PMS is gone! I track my cycles with an app now cos otherwise I wouldn’t even know I was due.”
“I was feeling so depleted as a new mother of two, and my PMS was so
intense since having kids, it seemed to last the entire second half of my cycle. I was recommended to replenish my nutrients with Balance Mineral drink and take Agnus castus twice a day. I noticed my energy levels improved quite quickly. I take the Balance drink daily, when I need
a pick me up around 4 pm when the kids’ witching hour starts! And after 3 cycles, my PMS has reduced significantly, now just a day or two. I am going to keep taking Agnus castus for a few more months and
hope to reduce the PMS further.”
“The first or second day of every period I have to take so many painkillers and stay in bed with a hot water bottle. Every month. It uses up all my sick days from work. Siobhan recommended a herb called Agnus castus, which I have been taking every day for the last 4 months. She also recommended a gluten-free diet, which I have also been on for 4 months. I still have some pain for 3 days of each period but the cramps are much better already, and this month I did not need to miss work, which was amazing! I will continue on the herbs and gluten-free diet and hope it will continue to improve!”
A 2012 study showed that 75% of women with endometriosis reported
statistically significant change in painful symptoms after 12 months on a gluten-free diet.1 I always recommend removing gluten in cases of endometriosis, and suspected endometriosis, as it can often be difficult to diagnose. If cramps are so bad that you’re missing work or school, ditch the gluten!
As her menopause approached, Geraldine came to the clinic because her PMS symptoms were getting worse and her periods were
getting lighter and farther apart.
Maura had been on the pill since she was 15 and recently decided to come off it.
Lotte came to the clinic after she had just finished breastfeeding her two children consecutively for the past 4 years.
Since she was a teenager, Agnieska has had excruciating cramps and has been tested for endometriosis multiple times but tests come up negative which is quite common.
PMS INTERVIEWS
FROM THE CLINIC
“I thought my PMS was getting much worse so I went to see Siobhan to get some natural support. The crankiness and short temper I used to get a few days before my period was pretty constant and I was feeling more tired than usual. I learned it was really just signs of my oestrogen dropping due to perimenopause. My periods have been getting lighter and I knew menopause was coming, but I guess I was in denial a little bit! I started taking Menopause Support and I feel much less tired and less emotional… I have so much more patience for my husband and my kids now too!”
“I was put on the pill because I had bad acne, and when I came off the pill last year my periods were all over the place and the acne came back. I started taking Agnus castus to rebalance things. I also got advice on my diet, like reducing dairy and sugar, which was hard but worth it! My skin cleared up within 6 weeks, and 6 months later my cycles are back to normal and my PMS is gone! I track my cycles with an app now cos otherwise I wouldn’t even know I was due.”
“I was feeling so depleted as a new mother of two, and my PMS was so intense since having kids, it seemed to last the entire second half of my cycle. I was recommended to replenish my nutrients with Balance Mineral drink and take Agnus castus twice a day. I noticed my energy levels improved quite quickly. I take the Balance drink daily, when I need a pick me up around 4 pm when the kids’ witching hour starts! And after 3 cycles, my PMS has reduced significantly, now just a day or two. I am going to keep taking Agnus castus for a few more months and hope to reduce the PMS further.”
“The first or second day of every period I have to take so many painkillers and stay in bed with a hot water bottle. Every month. It uses up all my sick days from work. Siobhan recommended a herb called Agnus castus, which I have been taking every day for the last 4 months. She also recommended a gluten-free diet, which I have also been on for 4 months. I still have some pain for 3 days of each period but the cramps are much better already, and this month I did not need to miss work, which was amazing! I will continue on the herbs and gluten-free diet and hope it will continue to improve!”
A 2012 study showed that 75% of women with endometriosis reported statistically significant change in painful symptoms after 12 months on a gluten-free diet.1 I always recommend removing gluten in cases of endometriosis, and suspected endometriosis, as it can often be difficult to diagnose. If cramps are so bad that you’re missing work or school, ditch the gluten!
As her menopause approached, Geraldine came to the clinic because her PMS symptoms were getting worse and her periods were getting lighter and farther apart.
Maura had been on the pill since she was 15 and recently decided to come off it.
Lotte came to the clinic after she had just finished breastfeeding her two children consecutively for the past 4 years.
Since she was a teenager, Agnieska has had excruciating cramps and has been tested for endometriosis multiple times but tests come up negative which is quite common.
PMS
INTERVIEWS
FROM THE
CLINIC
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“I thought my PMS was getting much worse so I went to see Siobhan to get some natural support. The crankiness and short temper I used to get a few days before my period was pretty constant and I was feeling more tired than usual. I learned it was really just signs of my oestrogen dropping due to perimenopause. My periods have been getting lighter and I knew menopause was coming, but I guess I was in denial a little bit! I started taking Menopause Support and I feel much less tired and less emotional… I have so much more patience for my husband and my kids now too!”
As her menopause approached, Geraldine came to the clinic because her PMS symptoms were getting worse and her periods were getting lighter and farther apart.
“I was put on the pill because I had bad acne, and when I came off the pill last year my periods were all over the place and the acne came back. I started taking Agnus castus to rebalance things. I also got advice on my diet, like reducing dairy and sugar, which was hard but worth it! My skin cleared up within 6 weeks, and 6 months later my cycles are back to normal and my PMS is gone! I track my cycles with an app now cos otherwise I wouldn’t even know I was due.”
Maura had been on the pill since she was 15 and recently decided to come off it.
“I was feeling so depleted as a new mother of two, and my PMS was so intense since having kids, it seemed to last the entire second half of my cycle. I was recommended to replenish my nutrients with Balance Mineral drink and take Agnus castus twice a day. I noticed my energy levels improved quite quickly. I take the Balance drink daily, when I need a pick me up around 4 pm when the kids’ witching hour starts! And after 3 cycles, my PMS has reduced significantly, now just a day or two. I am going to keep taking Agnus castus for a few more months and hope to reduce the PMS further.”
Lotte came to the clinic after she had just finished breastfeeding her two children consecutively for the past 4 years.
“The first or second day of every period I have to take so many painkillers and stay in bed with a hot water bottle. Every month. It uses up all my sick days from work. Siobhan recommended a herb called Agnus castus, which I have been taking every day for the last 4 months. She also recommended a gluten-free diet, which I have also been on for 4 months. I still have some pain for 3 days of each period but the cramps are much better already, and this month I did not need to miss work, which was amazing! I will continue on the herbs and gluten-free diet and hope it will continue to improve!”
A 2012 study showed that 75% of women with endometriosis reported statistically significant change in painful symptoms after 12 months on a gluten-free diet.1 I always recommend removing gluten in cases of endometriosis, and suspected endometriosis, as it can often be difficult to diagnose. If cramps are so bad that you’re missing work or school, ditch the gluten!
Since she was a teenager, Agnieska has had excruciating cramps and has been tested for endometriosis multiple times but tests come up negative which is quite common.

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