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Crying = release of tears in response to emotions.
Alas----diet: This kind of thing is so common in america that there must be a common cause. Believe it or not, this is dietary mayhem. Empty calories are the equivalent of a choked engine in a car---too much gas and either a deficiency of oxygen or spark plug. Tell him to shape up his lousy diet and get rid of the sweet carbs in particular including sodas and caffeine. ...Read more
Crying = release of tears in response to emotions.
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
Severe OCD: You sound very uncomfortable, and although you haven't really asked a question i suggest you see a psychiatrist for these issues asap. There are good treatments for ocd, which is a type of anxiety disorder. Both psychotherapy and medications (as needed) can be employed to help you. If you are thinking of harming yourself in any way, please do not wait -- go to an er or call 911. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 19 mth baby wakes up crying inconsolably every night why? Was awake crying for 8 hours last night
If you get these: Symptoms after eating, you need to inform your family doctor about this as there's a great chance that you have what is referred to as postprandial hypoglycemia. What this means is that after eating your blood sugar goes up followed by a rise in your insulin. Too much Insulin is released by your pancreas and it over shoots such that the blood sugar then tends to drop precipitously and trigger things like depression panic attacks, tearfulness, and palpitations.It can be diagnosed by a simple glucose tolerance test. The treatment is to use multiple small meals throughout the day so that you do not get any large Insulin peaks.If your doctor feels that you need a more complete workup by an endocrinologist to rule out a small Insulin secreting tumor of your pancreas which are overwhelmingly benign, then he or she could refer you to a endocrinologist.Best wishes and i hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
Ok my daugther been on vyvnse for add for two weeks.When she takes a weekend break she gets very ill an mean an starts crying an very moody?
ADD Weekend break: Why is she even taking weekend breaks. Weekend brakes are not necessary with vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine). In her case, it's actually painful for her to be going through these episodes and the best thing would be to have her take it seven days a week. That's a decision you will make in conjunction with her psychiatrist. I do not put any of my vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) patients on weekend breaks. ...Read more
Discomfort/Fear: We all cry for similar reasons: fear, discomfort, and hunger. If you know your baby's tummy is full, the most common reasons are teeth or bad dreams (depending on their age). What can you do about bad dreams? Not much. But, teething can be helped with some Ibuprofen before bedtime. I also would check your baby's diaper, clothes, and bed to make sure that there is nothing causing them discomfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Crying alot?: Babies cannot hurt themselves with too much crying. They can become hoarse just as adult can by yelling or too much talking. The more important question is why is the baby crying? Excessive crying can be a sign of a physical or attachment problem and should be discussed with your pediatrician. ...Read more
Hi, my 5 yr old son wakes up crying with an itchy bottom. He's been treated for worms and has been taking movicol for the past month. No pattern. Thx?
Look at skin: If he's only been treated for pinworms once it might indicate a treatment failure. Local irritation from retained waste or tissue paper on the skin is also a possibility. Has the doctor examined the actually area or have treatments been prescribe based on symptoms? Look at the skin where it itches - is it inflamed/red? Is there a rash? If it looks totally normal then I would still consider worms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Once i've tried a "freshly graduated" therapist, she wasn't really a help except that I was crying n talking.. Shouldn't b there methods for treating?
Yes, there are ways: Sometimes it is not easy matching a patient with the right style of therapist (meaning a doctor of psychiatry, a doctor of psychology, or someone with a masters of psychology). The first couple of visits might be "get to know each other" visits. One's primary care doctor may know of therapists who have been helpful with his other patients. Ask for a recommendation from the primary doctor. ...Read more
Baby: If would hard to know if especially a very young baby. The best thing is to have the baby evaluated by your primary care provider to see what maybe wrong. Hope this helps. ...Read more
None: Crying is not a disease, a lot of normal babies cry significant amount of time per day. However one has to ensure that baby is not hungry, does not have wet dirty diaper and does not suffer from any sickness for example: colic, allergies, diaper dermatitis, meningitis and many others. In such instances treating disease will help to decrease crying spells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer