Study: Zoloft has little benefit for PMS
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Researchers say many women who take anti-depressants to relieve PMS may be getting no benefit at all.
Researchers studied women who take Zoloft for their PMS.
They found that women with multiple physical and psychological symptoms are most likely to see an improvement.
But those with primarily physical symptoms got little help from the medication.
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