PMS Relief

PMS Help and Relief through Diet & Nutrition

If you are one of the many women who regularly suffer from Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS, also sometimes known as premenstrual or PMT) and would like to investigate the specific causes of your debilitating symptoms, search no further. Find PMS relief here.


PMS Help

Goodbye PMS is a Harley street and Oxford based PMS Clinic specialising in identifying the causes of female hormonal imbalance symptoms.  We use a variety of non-invasive tests to establish the causes of sufferers’ problems and via a friendly consultation process look at ways of treating and alleviating these symptoms. I specialise in providing PMS help and PMS relief.

Order any of the following non-invasive tests today to investigate the underlying cause for your presenting symptoms.
Female Hormone Profile
Complete Male Hormone Profile
Comprehensive Stool Analysis
Adrenal Stress Profile
Thyroid screen

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PMS Relief

As a degree qualified Nutritional Therapist, I offer you the opportunity to address your recurring symptoms of PMS by focusing on nutrition. Many scientific studies have shown that diet and food intake can have a significant impact on hormone imbalance in women and a bloated stomach.

The first step in PMS treatment, and eventually PMS relief, is to identify the specific causes.  The are a number of non-invasive tests which we can run to assess different contributing markers, such as:

  • hormone imbalance, looking particularly at the levels of the female hormones progesterone and oestrogen
  • abnormal stress responses, including cortisol and DHEA secretion
  • gastro-intestinal status, focusing on the levels of good gut bacteria, dysbiotic bacteria and parasites, including Blastocystis hominis, Dientamoeba fragilis, Endilomax nana, Entamoeba hartmanni, Strongyloides stercoralis, and Giardia lamblia, and yeast overgrowth (commonly referred to as Candida).

A compromised gut environment can impact on nutrient uptake, which may contribute significantly to unwanted symptoms. To achieve PMS relief, it is vital to address these issues.


PMS Diet

In conjunction with identifying which specific tests will give you the most value, I will assess your individual nutritional needs and support you by recommending specific dietary changes and a PMS diet. The perfect diet for PMS relief is only a call away.

If you seek information on Irritable Bowel Disease (IBS)Food Intolerances (Allergies), Candida and Stress, please visit Nutritional Therapy in Oxford.