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A leading Gynaecologist with clinics in London is now offering Premenstrual Syndrome sufferers relief from their symptoms through the use of the natural anti depressant qualities of the hormone Oestrogen.

Mr Nicholas Morris MBBS FRCOG, is an Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, and a consultant at the Portland and Welllington Hospitals in London. Mr Morris is a specialist in psychosomatic or psychological and somatic symptoms of gynaecology such as Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, and Perimenopausal Symptoms.

Through his own considerable experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and drawing on the findings of his colleague Professor Studd, Mr Morris has found that PMS and the psychological depression it is associated can be alleviated by the use of Oestrogen.

PMS affects many women after childbirth until the menopause and it is one of several related but different gynaecological problems that can cause extreme misery and sometimes result in depression.

Oestrogen is a natural anti depressant. Derived from a ‘steroid’ hormone Oestrogen also causes changes to the blood flow in the brain and it is these qualities that help to alleviate many of the worse symptoms that affect Premenstrual Syndrome sufferers.

Mr Morris says “I see a lot of women at present, who have Premenstrual Syndrome. These symptoms are complex, and for many years it was thought that the symptoms of the menopause were actually depressive illnesses.

My colleague Professor Studd has clearly illustrated over the years, that Premenstrual Syndrome and the psychological depression it is associated with is alleviated by the use of Oestrogen. The benefits of Oestrogen on blood vessel function and bone density are also well established.”

Mr Morris also stresses the important role of access to good information for sufferers seeking to alleviate their symptoms:

“I believe it is important that everybody with Premenstrual Syndrome should look at the National Association of Premenstrual Syndrome website at www.pms.org.uk and read up and join in the information which is provided” said Mr Morris.

Mr Morris is currently offering consultations and help for women suffering from the symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome through his specialist clinics at the Portland Hospital in Central London, and the Wellington Hospital in St John’s Wood and Golders Green.

For further information or to arrange a consultation please contact his team at rapid www.rapidaccessgynaecology.co.uk or by telephone on 0207 390 8041.

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