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Cannit Cry Wuth Tears
Not sure...: I am not sure what you are exactly referring to. Are you able to explain in further detail? ...Read more
Is there a condition or disorder that can make you to emotional like tearing or crying out of nowhere or your just emotional?
I've been crying for three days. About every 10 minutes. I now have the urge to cry but am producing very little tears. Please help.
Crying for three days:
One of the common symptomns of depression is being over-emotional and anxiety (overreaction basicly)
You might be suffering from a depression which is probably caused by a lack of serotonin and that is why people are used to treat depression with anti-depressants. But there is one thing you must know about before thinking about taking meds.
Depression and anxiety can be both treated with talk therapy. So I suggest seeing a therapist pror taking any medications but you must consult a doctor first since I'm not a doctor and im only giving you suggestions.
Another suggestion I give to everyone, and I have a feeling that some people will get tired of hearing that, is physical activity (the body produces hormones that are essential for healthy mind-body during excersing) and healthy diet. Our body was designed to move and to eat bio to it is all things you can work on prior engaging a therapy with medication. Note that a medication therapy with anti-depressant means at least 6 months taking the medications and sometimes have really bad side effect and it can take several trials to find the right meds for you ...Read more
Crying: I am so sorry for your loss. It is so difficult to lose ones mate. I suspect your tears are that way due to dehydration. You aren't taking very good care of yourself. You probably aren't eating and drinking well. Sounds like your grief is still overwhelming. You don't need to do this alone. May I suggest you speak with your doctor and ask him for help. Therapy, short term medications. ...Read more
I don’t cry after a loved one's / relative’s death? But my tears comes out naturally when I ‘m watching a sad scene in cinema / tv. What to do?
The time: We realize a loved one is "gone" is often delayed. When loss hits us directly, we may be in shock hindering the release of our tears. Tv & movies makes us cry because we "feel" for the characters, we identify with their pain if the plot & acting r good enough 2 make us believe their drama. 4 u: it is ok to react the way u do. Tears will come 2 u eventually & naturally later. Sincere condolences. ...Read more
Normal that I feel like crying when I do any little thing wrong? I feel like bursting into tears from things like getting yelled at to wrong ansers.
No, its not: Normal. Are you depressed or anxious? Are you feeling this way mid cycle of your periods? See your Dr and tell him/her how you feel. I'm sure they can help you. ...Read more
My tears always dropp from my eyes for long time, what to do? It feels like I am crying for a week
I wonder why I can't produce tears or feal sad so I can start cry. I also have a lot of musclespams?
Blocked emotions?: There's a difference between being unable to physically cry and not crying for psychological reasons. If there is a physical explanation for your lack of crying, an ophthalmologist could help. If you're not crying because you are unable to fully experience emotions, a mental health professional could help. In both cases there are effective treatments. A psychological explanation is more likely. ...Read more
Tears are from eye: You'd have to cry a lot to really dehydrate if you're otherwise in good health. The eye's lacrimal system secretes tears to protect the eye. When we cry, there's an additional stimulus from the emotional centers in the brain that ramp it up. If you're not being held without access to beverages or stranded in the desert, you are likely fine if you cry. ...Read more
What might cause crying after sex? Sometimes (not a common thing) after I climax, I burst into tears. Why?
Normal: An orgasm is a release of heightened sexual arousal. It is both physiological and emotional. Individuals sometimes scream out as if in great pain. Others might giggle. You and others sometimes burst into tears. All of these types of responses to the emotional aspects of sexual release are considered normal. ...Read more
Reflex: It's a reflex phenomenon. Nothing to worry ...Read more
I am concerned with my tears. Every time I cry or my eyes get watery, I wipe my eyes but there are hard pieces I wipe away too. What is it?
I randomly cry for no reason. It is starting to affect my relationships around me. I will be happy one moment and then burst into tears the next.
When someone only has one eye, do they cry twice as many tears from their one eye? Or do tears come out of their empty space?
The latter: The tear glands are usually still present and unaffected when someone has lost an eye. ...Read more
When my boss points out a mistake I made, I hold back my tears. I also cry in the bathroom at lunch + struggle with self-worth. Should I quit my job?
No: Please don't quit the job. You are going through stress at work place. Talk to your colleagues or supervisor. Know your weakness and strengths. Learn stress management and apply to daily practice. You should be all right. Good luck! ...Read more
Why does my three-week old son's tear come out from his right eye all the time even though he is not crying? My three-week old son has tear coming out of his right eye since he was born. I was told that it is common for infant and it will be gone later. B
Sounds: Sounds like a blocked tear duct. These generally resolve spontaneously and need to be addressed if it does not resolve after year 1. Seeing, your pedeatrician or ophthalmologist can provide you with guidance and reassurance and follow up care as necessary. ...Read more
Could you tell me what's the cause of dry eyes and chronic pain in eyes but no tears when I want to cry?
Many things: A number of conditions can cause dry eyes many of which are considered "autoimmune diseases". This may include lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, etc. Sjögren's syndrome is a condition causing dry eyes, reduction in saliva, etc. And is found often with the conditions mentioned above. One easy way to treat the dry eyes is with artifical tears (over the counter). Check with your physician. ...Read more
Lately I've been feeling depressed & my eyes tear up vry easily on small things! It's concerning cuz I'm not the crying type! It's probably harmonal! ?
Depressed: Based on what you report I would strongly recommend that you ask your primary doctor to refer you to a Psychologist. That psychologist will help you through but might also recommend a referral to a Neurologist. ...Read more
Lately when I cry, the tears from my right eye leave long purplish streaks all the way down to my chin. What is happening?
Tears from your eye with long purplish streaks means you MUST see an eye doctor as soon as possible.
Hope all goes well - please keep me posted.
PS: I hope you are not putting purple above your eye lashes. ...Read more
My 3-month old baby left eye keeps tearing up when he is not crying and it seems really watery and a little low. What can this be?
See eye doctor: Your baby is having tears because the tube which drains the tears is blocked. By massaging by the side of nose on left side usually helps. Otherwise consult eye doctor who will suggest a procedure to remove the block ...Read more
My son is 3 weeks old & his right eye keeps getting these yellow crusties on it & it keeps watering like he's crying tears. What could it be I wipe it?
Nasolacrimal duct: Stenosis or blocked tear duct. The tear duct can have a thin membrane blocking it so tears run down the face and lots of crusties develop. Your doctor can show you how to massage the duct and you can clean the eyes with clean water on a cotton ball. It usually resolves by 6 months and if not can be treated with a simple surgery, If red eyes, swelling or change in DC see doctor ...Read more
Whenever I talk to someone, even co-workers who I'm close to, family members, etc, my eyes tear up, my face turns red and sometimes I start to cry.?
Consider these: Could consider a psychological reaction, such as social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and perhaps a psychologist could sort out. But your description raises my focus on Pseudobulbar Affect Disorder, especially if you have a number of neurological conditions, such as a recent head injury. ...Read more
I am on birth control pills for treating pcos, I feel sometimes that I can't control my tears, I cry at something that doesn't worth it, help!
Get General check up: I will recommend a general check up with your PCP, he/she will conduct preliminary evaluation and point you in the right directions. Your symptoms suggest possibility of depression but proper evaluation is needed. Go to the ER if you have suicidal thoughts otherwise call your PCP today. ...Read more