Neuroscientists reckons they may have found a treatment for premenstrual tension (PMS).
The Birmingham boffins reckon very small doses of prozac can counteract the mood swings, tireness, iritability, headaches, head and joint pains that many women suffer.
Although the treatment has only been tested on rats, the scientists claim that the symptons were "completely illiminated" in a three-year study.
When our reporter joked that he didn't know rats got PMS and asked how these results could be applied to humans, Dr Elaine Fuzzyfelt snapped: "Fuck right off, arse-face! Don't you think I've got better things to do than answer your stupid questions.
"Ooh, bloody hell. It hurts. Look I'm tired - why don't you just piss off?
"Typical bloody man!"