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Can Endometriosis Cause Mood Swings
Will my new gyno I see next month be able to see if I have endometriosis or perimenopause or? I have SEVERE & often 2-wk long PMS w/ breast pain & cysts,cramping,bloating & uncontrollable mood swings,heavy painful periods that have gotten worse in the las
Yes: He or she will do an Ultrasound and bloodwork as well as exam to help delineate the cause of your symptoms. ...Read more
Is how a patient says they feel, or how someone feels internally, versus how someone's mood appears, which is called "affect." if you say your mood is "happy, " and you appear to be so, we would say that your affect is congruent. If, however, you actually look really angry, we would say your mood is "happy" and ...Read more
Mood swings, anger, sleepless and abdominal cramps and I am on birth control pills for endromectious?
Possible side effect: There are many different birth control pills--and most of the time you can find one that doesn't cause bothersome side effects. Mood swings are one possible effect, but changing pills can be helpful. Sleeplessness isn't a common side effect, and can be due to many things. Abdominal cramps may even be due to your endometriosis. Talk with your gyno about options. ...Read more
Many possibilities: By random, I am presuming you mean unrelated to external stimuli. Mood swings is very non-specific. Everyone has mood variability. Thyroid and other hormones influence mood and many other physical conditions can effect mood. Bipolar disorder leads to variable degrees of mood swings. If you or someone around you feels your mood swings are excessive, see a psychiatrist. ...Read more
It can: The gastrointestinal tract is now known as one of the largest endocrine organs of our body. In essence without proper nutrition, there are many hormones generated from our gut that feed back to our brain that could generate a whole host of emotional responses. It comes down to balance. Doing anything to the extreme, including exercise, extreme dieting, etc has consequences..Such as mood swings. ...Read more
PMS: Fluctuations of hormones in some an increase as during monthly ovoulations hormones shift in quanitiy. This also known as pms. ...Read more
Can melatonin cause mood swings? I've only taken it twice and it seems like the next day i get very mad very easily. Is this just a coincidence?
My lithium came back very low - 0.15 nmol/l (normal range says 0.5 - 1.2). Could this be the cause/conseuqence of my mood swings, depr, and anxiety?
Lithium Level: Lithium is a mood stabilizer and usually needs to be at therapeutic levels to help regulate the manic/depressive episodes. The blood sample should be taken before the morning dose at the "trough" or the lowest level in the blood. Please speak to your mental health provider about possibly increasing your dose, as necessary. ...Read more
I have been on the nuvaring for 6 months but i get terrible mood swings and don't feel like myself. What can I take that is less likely to cause this?
mood swings on ring: The NuvaRing releases the contraceptive hormones 24 hours a day but the amount released varies by the week, a lot in the first week, less by the last week, and the week off will also change the hormones. You could switch to a pill with 20 mcg ethinyl Estradiol and 1 mg norethindrone, use it every night without a week off, then your hormones will be the same every day, no cycle, stable mood. ...Read more
Not Clear: Some amount of mood change in the pre-menstrual period is normal. And changing hormone levels seem associated with mood swings (for instance around the time of menopause). How that works is not clear. It is clear that if you add a little bit of depression to the normal variability of mood, you can end up with really bad pms. Serotonin drugs given right then help. ...Read more
Varied: Daily shifts in mood can be due to many causes some of which are - adjustment disorders, mood disorders personality disorders, neurological conditions. Mood swings by themselves are not diagnostic of any condition - for diagnosis it's bet to get evaluated by a psychiatrist and discuss all the other symptoms as well. Hope this helps. ...Read more
You question is: Not clear enough for anyone to answer. Which medications are you concerned about? ...Read more
Mood Swing causes: Changes in a person's energy level, sex drive, sleep patterns, self-esteem, concentration, drug or alcohol use can be signs of mood disorder, Many different things might trigger mood swings, from unhealthy diet or life style to drug abuse or hormonal imbalance. A major cause of mood swings is hyperactivity sometimes accompanied by inattentiveness. Depression, B PD, cyclothymia , anxiety symptoms. ...Read more
No...but...: No...But the medications you take for asthma can have an affect on your mood per say. Albuterol can make you anxious. Steroids can make you moody as well. Asthma as a disease process itself though does not cause mood swings. If you have a bad case of asthma and you feel sick a lot...That can make you feel moody. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A common side effect: Emotional disturbances are common side effects of this medication. Hopefully, your need for it is quite short-term and you will enjoy your moods stabilizing rapidly. Talk with your prescribing physician about this especially if you will be on the medication awhile. Good luck. ...Read more
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