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You are seeing a 24-year-old female in a primary care setting who has presented with mood swings. This patient informs you during the history that these mood swings usually occur 2-3 days before her period comes on and that she also experiences symptoms such as breast tenderness, food cravings, headaches, acne and diarrhoea. You believe this patient is experiencing severe premenstrual syndrome symptoms. What is the most appropriate pharmacological management of this condition?