There are no tests for PMDD. Here is a criteria to diagnose PMDD. What are your symptoms? How long is the duration? Is it significant distress or interference with usual activities?
One or more of the following symptoms must be present:
●Mood swings, sudden sadness, increased sensitivity to rejection
●Sense of hopelessness, depressed mood, self-critical thoughts
●Tension, anxiety, feeling on edge
One or more of the following symptoms must be present to reach a total of five symptoms overall:
●Change in appetite, food cravings, overeating
●Diminished interest in usual activities
●Easy fatigability, decreased energy
●Feeling overwhelmed, or out of control
●Breast tenderness, bloating, weight gain, or joint/muscles aches
●Sleeping too much or not sleeping enough
Symptoms must have been present in most menstrual cycles that occurred the previous year, and the symptoms must be associated with significant distress or interference with usual activities (eg, work, school, social life). These criteria also specify that PMDD may be superimposed on other psychiatric disorders, provided it is not merely an exacerbation of those disorders.