While research indicates that 75% of women experience PMS, it is listed as a 'rare disease' by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The Victorian Government's Better Health Channel suggests that most women suffer from PMS, and advises that the best way to manage PMS is to keep a diary and cut back on caffeine and alcohol in the two weeks prior to menstruation.
Further, Research shows that women who are in a relationship with men experience worse PMS than lesbians and that most men are indifferent to their partner's suffering, preferring to treat PMS as a big joke.
The Better Health Channel advises: Manage your stress in whatever way works for you,
so here's a list of essentials to help you do just that.
Chamomile tea is a very effective calmative. Keep a boiling cup on hand to catapult at the bastard in your life. Alternatively, fill a cauldron and ask him to get in (NB You might have to promise him sex afterwards to achieve this.)
Lavender oil can be wonderfully soothing if you break the bottle and hold it to his throat.
Tampons: Used to write PMS IS A RECOGNISED MURDER DEFENCE, ARSEHOLE on the wall. Just see if the fucking dishes don't get done.