Beware of PMS/PMDD Misdiagnosis it Could Lose You Your Children

United Kingdom

Filed under: Secret family courts — nojusticeforparents @ 6:35 am
March 6, 2010

I suffer with pms /pmdd .

I am writing this to inform you that Social Services and Family Courts are diagnosing people with Personality Disorders and other nonsense.

This then leads to the removal of children with no chance of them being returned.

My mother always stated i had been fine growing up until i started my periods.

Then while forced to go into a mother and baby unit the nurses and Psychiatrist there reported a marked change in my mood before my period.

Also I had weekly counselling with Womens Aid who also noticed the same.

Social Services refused to acknowledge it.

I was referred to a specialist who successfully trested me with Prostrap injections.

The difference was apparent enough for 3 seperate psychiatrists to state that if i were to remain stable then the previous diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder should be reviewed.

I have just found paperwork also from a psychiatrist stating if i were to remain stable it was more likely a diagnosis of PMS.

I am pleased to say i have remained stable and had no psychiatric involvement or medications for over a year.


They would still like the old diagnosis to stick you see so that they do not have to be held accountable.

They can then say im mentally ill when i complain .

It is worth mentioning that throughout this witch hunt against me by Social Services i was misdiagnosed also as being bipolar.

This was later thrown out.

Beware what you are being diagnosed with.


We need to stop punishing these women for hormone imbalances.  Science has proven this. Women have more problems with hormone imbalance as our environment becomes more toxic.


Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.