Acupuncture and PMT Research
In a recent acupuncture and PMS study, the success rate of acupuncture in treating PMS symptoms was 77.8%, whereas it was 5.9% in the placebo group. The positive influence of acupuncture in treating PMS symptoms was ascribed to its effects on the serotoninergic and opioidergic neurotransmission that modulates various psychosomatic functions. 
Acupuncture and PMT | Treatment
Fluid retention may be relieved by reducing sodium intake and using a diuretic. For some women, hormonal manipulation is effective by oral contraceptives, progesterone, a long-acting progestin (eg, medroxyprogesterone acetate) or a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist (eg, leuprolide). Tranquilizers (eg, a benzodiazepine) may be used for irritability, nervousness, and lack of control. Changing the diet (eg, increasing protein, decreasing sugars) and supplementing with vitamin B complex (especially pyridoxine, sometimes with magnesium) may help. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (eg, fluoxetine) are drugs used in the management of psychologic and physical PMS symptoms.
Acupuncture and PMT Testimonial
Acupuncture and PMT Case Study
 Habek D, Habek JC, Barbir A. Using acupuncture to treat premenstrual syndrome. Arch Gynecology and Obstetrics. 2002 Nov;267(1):23-6.
The London Acupuncture Space has undergone extensive training in Fertility Acupuncture and Obstetrics Acupuncture at the Royal College of Physicians in London and at the reknowned Zita West Fertility Clinic.