Midol complete menopause supplement

Midol Review

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Samantha Somerson, PharmD.

What is Midol?

Even though women from every culture have been having periods for thousands of years, there are still a lot of misconceptions about this time of the month in a woman’s life. PMS, which stands for premenstrual syndrome, is a complex combination of both physical and emotional symptoms that you might experience a week or two to a few days before your period is due to start. The severity of these symptoms usually either lessens or completely disappears during the first few days after menstruation begins.

A lot of women experience undesirable monthly menstrual symptoms that signal their period is coming soon. And these symptoms are part of a condition called premenstrual syndrome a.k.a. PMS. Around 85% of women regularly experience a minimum of one PMS symptom with each monthly cycle.

The symptoms of PMS can vary and they can include:

  • Cramps (sometimes severe)
  • Bloating
  • Fatigue
  • Backache
  • Headache
  • Swelling
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Tension, irritability, mood swings or crying spells
  • Other aches and pains

Because some of many of these symptoms can also be the same symptoms that perimenopausal and menopausal women also experience. Midol can effectively help to both soothe and relieve these unwanted and problematic PMS symptoms

Ingredients

This information was not available on the Midol website

This might not be a good sign. If a product has very potent and effective ingredients, the manufacturer should provide a complete list of the ingredients that make up the formula of that product. Id there is no list of the product ingredients, it makes the company seem like they have something to hide. The ingredient list of Midol may be listed either on the box or on the paper instructions and other inserts inside the box and packaging.

Midol is NOT a 100% all natural herbal remedy. it is an over the counter drug for PMS symptoms.

Dosage

This information was not available on the Midol website.

Side Effects

You may experience side effects from this over the counter medication, however there is no list of what those exact side effects are provided on the website. The manufacturer does recommend that you contact a health professional if you do experience any undesirable side effects.

This product is safe for men to take for headache and/or body aches even though it is specially formulated for women.

Price

This information was not available on the website. The website offers a 1.00 off coupon for customers. You will most likely have to find out the price from one of the Midol re-sellers.

Guarantee

This product is guaranteed to provide relief for the PMS symptoms that woman can experience. If this product does not work well for you, you can get a full refund of your money. The manufacturer of this product also recommends that you seek advice from a medical professional if this product does not temporarily relieve your bothersome and unwanted PMS symptoms.

Conclusion

While Midol may be a decent product for PMS symptoms, it does not provide enough details for what’s in it  or how much it costs.

What is Midol? Even though women from every culture have been having periods for thousands of years, there are still a lot of misconceptions about this time of the month in a woman's life. PMS, which stands for premenstrual syndrome, is a complex combination of both physical and emotional symptoms that…
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Samantha graduated with a Pharm. D. from Frederic University School of Pharmacy and has worked as a licensed pharmacist for over 25 years. She is well known in her community as an accessible, knowledgeable and trustworthy medical resource. She continually raises awareness for issues that are important to her community such as the dangers of drug use during pregnancy. Additionally, she offers free training classes for everything from insulin pumps to defibrillators. Samantha has also been published numerous times in scholarly and professional journals and would like to expand that number now that her children are grown and have left the house. Samantha starts every day with a Buddhist meditation and has plans to attend a retreat in South Africa this coming year.


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