new guidelines for treating PMS
The American College of OB/GYNs just released new guidelines for treating PMS.
Here are some approaches worth trying...
Aerobic exercise can improve mood and reduce fluid retention.
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- debate right now over whether low-dose versions of Mevacor and Pravachol should be sold OTC
- updated guidelines for treating high cholesterol
- Lipidil Supra, a new formulation of fenofibrate
- new ways to relieve hot flashes
- new guidelines for treating PMS
- Sarafem, a new version of fluoxetine
- herbal products for sleep
- New One Touch FastTake test strips will allow patients to use a blood sample from their ARM
- more aggressive treatment of hypertension in patients with diabetes
- concern about serious GI side effects with Lotronex
- statins to reduce the risk of osteoporosis
- don't realize they still need calcium and vitamin D
- Fosamax (alendronate) just ONCE A WEEK
- new once-daily beta-blocker for hypertension called Monocor (bisoprolol)
- which psychotropics they can give to women during pregnancy
- antibiotics to treat certain strains of E. coli INCREASES the risk of complications