Look, 82% of women report significant life interrupting PMS every single month. People say well, because so many women have it, it must be normal. That's the most preposterous thing I've ever heard in my whole life. An enormous percentage of people have diabetes, but we don't say well, that must be normal because almost everybody has it. No, diabetes is a disease state. 

And so while PMS isn't generally considered a disease, it is a significant problem for women. And It is absolutely not normal. You'll hear me say this 1,000 times: it is very, very common, but common does not mean normal. And if you can correct it, that means that is not a normal state.

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