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"Primrose syndrome"

  1. photo Benefits of Evening <b>Primrose</b> OilBenefits of Evening Primrose OilTreatment
    primrose oil is to counteract the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome. This oil contains eight to ten percent GLA which is higher than many plants. By using evening primrose, many women notice breast painRead more
  2. photo Three herbs to effectively relieve your uncomfortable PMS symptomsThree herbs to effectively relieve your uncomfortable PMS symptomsNews
    an estimated 1 to 2 out of every 4 menstruating women who have to endure some degree of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), with about a third of them suffering severe symptoms. It is widely believed that the symptomsRead more
  3. photo Sjogren’s <b>Syndrome</b> SolutionsSjogren’s Syndrome SolutionsTreatment
    because of debilitating symptoms relating to Sjogren’s syndrome. This autoimmune condition can manifest itself in a number of ways including musculoskeletal pain, persistent fatigue and severe drynessRead more
  4. photo Natural Dry Eye RemediesNatural Dry Eye RemediesTreatment
    such as Sjogren’s syndrome to menopause to side effects of certain medications (antihistamines, birth control, hormone replacement, etc.). Conventional treatment often utilizes lubricating eye drops, punctalRead more
  5. photo PMS and PainPMS and PainArticle
    number of them—estimated at anywhere from 30 to 90 percent—also endure the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Most women feel some discomfort before their periods. But if you have PMS, you may feelRead more
  6. photo Natural Rx: A Holistic Approach to Menopause – Natural Remedies, TreatmentsNatural Rx: A Holistic Approach to Menopause – Natural Remedies, TreatmentsTreatment
    . As they mildly mimic or sometimes act as antagonists to estrogen. These would include: black current seed oil dates flaxseed (crushed) pomegranates primrose oil miso soy milk soy beans tempeh tofu Vitamin ERead more

Primrose syndrome


Primrose syndrome is a rare, slowly progressive genetic disorder that can vary symptomatically between individual cases, but is generally characterised by ossification of the external ears, learning difficulties, and facial abnormalities. It was first described in 1982 in Scotland's Royal National Larbert Institution by Dr D.A.A. Primrose.Primrose syndrome appears to occur spontaneously,...More