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Glucose tolerance testing in women with premenstrual syndrome
Am J Psychiatry 1990;147:477-480.
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Glucose tolerance tests (GTTs) were administered to 11 women with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) to ascertain whether the patients had abnormalities of glucose tolerance, to determine whether such abnormalities were related to menstrual cycle phase, and to compare the symptoms during the GTT with the PMS symptoms experienced in the luteal phase. Two GTTs were performed for each patient, one during the late follicular phase and one during the late luteal phase. Although many patients experienced symptoms of hypoglycemia during the GTT, the hypoglycemia symptoms were not specific to the luteal phase and did not resemble the patients' PMS symptoms.

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