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Does my girlfriend have PMS?

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Question - (28 November 2014) 2 Answers - (Newest, 28 November 2014)
A male South Africa age , anonymous writes:

I asked my girlfriend to move in with me and my 2 children and wonder what on earth has hits us, i think she suffers from PMT and have tried to talk to her very gently about this but this only ended in her throwing a pan at me which nearly did hit me.

while i was at work and she had the day off from her job my daughter phoned me saying that she was taking everything out from the cupboards, putting it back in, taking it out and this lasted for hours on end.

is this PMT? as my previous wife never did suffer anything like this and are worried that it is not PMT and is something else.

i guess it is PMT as at this time she wont let me make love to her saying that she feels that she has put loads of weight on and i love her very much but need to find out what is going on when she is on her monthly it like living with somebody that i dont know and many fights have started over silly things like she wants me to take my socks off in bed.

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A male reader, Sageoldguy1465 United States +, writes (28 November 2014):

Sageoldguy1465 agony auntPMS is a horrible condition... and there's no real, sensible way to deal with it. Believe me.... 'cuz I'm in my 60's and dated girls in their 60s and 70's who haven't had an "M" in years.... but they STILL have "PMS".....

I think the whole thing (women and their hormones) is God's way of playing a trick on us guys......

Good luck....

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (28 November 2014):

Repetitive actions sound more OCD Than PMT, but again using the internet for a diagnosis can be more harmful than helpful.

I also don't know why you want to invite an abusive woman to live with you and your children. You may choose to ignore her actions but they haven't chosen to be subjected to them.

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