Whether you start with your Primary Care Physician or Mental Health Provider, your medical team should be working together to get you the correct diagnosis and treatment for your disorder. While there are no blood tests that can diagnose PMDD, a Comprehensive Female Panel test will rule out any underlying disorders that may be causing your symptoms.

To get an accurate assessment, you will need to provide a detailed history of your symptoms including frequency and severity

Use the PMDD Symptom Tracker or the Period Tracker Lite app to track your symptoms.


Reviewed by Elizabeth Santiago, M.A., LMFT