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PMS Alert, Like We Could Forget!

As if we weren't running into enough strange tools and devices these days, now you have to check out PMSCentral.com's email alerts. According to iVillage's Low-Carb Love blog:

You can now register online to have an email alert sent to remind you (or your loved ones!) about your PMS.

When registering, the site asks questions about your specific PMS symptoms so they can send information best suited for you. Once you're signed up, you'll get an email every month on the dot.

Dealing with your own PMS is great, but alerting your significant other? I already hate when other people point out that I'm PMSing, even if I am, but what do you think? Is this worth giving it a try or do you already have enough reminders that your period is coming?

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dulcedolci dulcedolci 5 years
Wow...definitely don't need a reminder. My PMS is pretty evident the week before Aunt Flo when I feel like a crazy woman. No alerts please!
JessBear JessBear 8 years
At first I thought it was stupid, but the more I think about it, the more I see a tiny kernel of usefulness to it. I'm not perfectly regular, I'm not good at keeping track, and my PMS never asserts itself the same way two months in a row, so, yeah, it could be good to get a reminder saying "Hey! Forgetting to shut the kitchen cabinets YET AGAIN, while abhorable, is not grounds for leaving your boyfriend. You're hormonal- at least wait a few days before you call the movers."
allymaedesign allymaedesign 8 years
geez. i feel like the only one who has bad pms...? i try to warn my bf ahead of time, so that he can try to understand and cope. we sync our phone calendars, and i set an alarm a week prior to my wrath. whatever works ya know! since he constantly checks his email , i don't think it's that strange/funny.
allymaedesign allymaedesign 8 years
geez. i feel like the only one who has bad pms...? i try to warn my bf ahead of time, so that he can try to understand and cope. we sync our phone calendars, and i set an alarm a week prior to my wrath. whatever works ya know! since he constantly checks his email , i don't think it's that strange/funny.
sparklestar sparklestar 8 years
I have an alert - WHEN I'M SCREAMING AT HIM.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
Sounds like a joke! Honestly, why would I want to alert people to "my time of the month". Usually they can tell on their own if it's that time just by my mood (which is annoying.) I also thinks it's creepy to alert people to that.
RockAndRepublic RockAndRepublic 8 years
I don't suffer from pms so i guess i can laugh at this.:P
risky risky 8 years
this is too shameful!!!!!!
risky risky 8 years
this is too shameful!!!!!!
nancita nancita 8 years
I was about to say "like I would forget!" but actually, I always do. Every time my PMS comes around, I spend at least a day wondering why I'm so grumpy, sad, and hungry, and I'm finally like "ah ha!"
workin9to5 workin9to5 8 years
All I know is, the picture for this post is weird.
jgulli3 jgulli3 8 years
This is too funny
jgulli3 jgulli3 8 years
This is too funny
jennifer76 jennifer76 8 years
Do you guys all really recognize it the second it starts in? I'm usually miserable for at least a day before it occurs to me that I'm actually being unreasonable and it's all in my head.
Bookish Bookish 8 years
My husband keeps better track of my cycle than I do. I think it's so he can keep track of the times he's likely to get lucky. (Smart man!) But this idea is just weird. I can see how in theory it would work, but in application it's just strange. Seriously, do you really need to send an email to yourself (or your partner) around the time you're going to feel crappy? Wouldn't feeling crappy all by itself be sort of a notification that PMS was here?
Bookish Bookish 8 years
My husband keeps better track of my cycle than I do. I think it's so he can keep track of the times he's likely to get lucky. (Smart man!) But this idea is just weird. I can see how in theory it would work, but in application it's just strange. Seriously, do you really need to send an email to yourself (or your partner) around the time you're going to feel crappy? Wouldn't feeling crappy all by itself be sort of a notification that PMS was here?
red4bonez red4bonez 8 years
lmao that is funny. I don't think my boyfriend need a reminder that I am pmsing lol He knows. haha I was watching manswers on spike tv and they were talking about girlfriends being bitchy and annoyed and that guys need to have more sex with us because it releases some kind of hormone that makes us naturally happy and we wont be bitchy as much.
red4bonez red4bonez 8 years
lmao that is funny. I don't think my boyfriend need a reminder that I am pmsing lol He knows. hahaI was watching manswers on spike tv and they were talking about girlfriends being bitchy and annoyed and that guys need to have more sex with us because it releases some kind of hormone that makes us naturally happy and we wont be bitchy as much.
chakra_healer chakra_healer 8 years
I am PMSing right now and he definitely knows when I'm close. The cycle goes from super freak sex for two weeks to sudden bursts of tears for two days then the period.It wouldn't be as much fun if I couldn't do an ambush crying moment or throw a fit when he forgets my jello fruit cup (men!), I like being unreasonable for 2 days a month. My SO is unreasonable about something at least double that amount of time without the attendant cramping, water retention, and FH issues.
chakra_healer chakra_healer 8 years
I am PMSing right now and he definitely knows when I'm close. The cycle goes from super freak sex for two weeks to sudden bursts of tears for two days then the period. It wouldn't be as much fun if I couldn't do an ambush crying moment or throw a fit when he forgets my jello fruit cup (men!), I like being unreasonable for 2 days a month. My SO is unreasonable about something at least double that amount of time without the attendant cramping, water retention, and FH issues.
Leanne1078 Leanne1078 8 years
My boyfriend doesn't need an email reminder...he usually reminds me that I'm about to start PMS. Even now, with him living 350 miles away, he still always knows before me!
1QTPIE 1QTPIE 8 years
O goodness.. The things you can do online.. lol. :)
jennifer76 jennifer76 8 years
Wait, I should clarify that I would find the emails to me helpful. I would not, however, sign up other people. Although the thought does crack me up...
jennifer76 jennifer76 8 years
Wait, I should clarify that I would find the emails to <em>me</em> helpful. I would not, however, sign up other people. Although the thought does crack me up...
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Good lord...
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