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Feeling scared and weird mentally 24/7 with crying spells have done this in the past but it went away. I'm constantly worried about how I'm feeling.
See a psychiatrist: These symptoms warrant an urgent psychiatric consultation. ...Read more
Depression: Crying spells are never normal. The symptoms you describe sound like a depression or maybe an anxiety disorder. These are medical conditions that need to be treated by a physician. Don't wait till it gets worse. Major Depressive disorders are diagnosed after two weeks of symptoms. Many people wait years to be treated. Please go to your doctor and talk with him. ...Read more
I have been feeling upset and crying spells and not go an interest of seeing or making an effort to see friends or my partner what is wrong?
Depression: You are probably suffering from major depressive disorder . Go the emergency room or see a psychiatrist as soon as possible. ...Read more
I've had crying spells for years since I was little. I can't stop crying right now and feel alone. I live alone as my dad triggers me and we fight ?
Depression: Congrats for realizing what triggers you & learning to avoid it. While you list anxiety, your "crying spells" & "feeling alone" sound like depression. Go see your Family Doc for diagnosis & treatment. Consider some sort of counseling ie cognitive behavioral therapy. Failing that, there are many antidepressants available. But whatever you do, please seek help from your local docs. You're not alone. ...Read more
Bad news about my dad & cried for hrs Tuesday night w/intermittent crying spells yesterday & today. Vision's been blurry since. Need to see to work.
Blurred vision: Sorry to hear about your father & hope things are not too serious. For your vision, things to consider would be substances getting into the eyes, injury to the surface of the eyes from possible rubbing and stress from the news. Try artificial tears or eye drops to maybe cleanse the eyes, avoid rubbing eyes & if persists, see your eye doc for further evaluation. Hope this helps. ...Read more
My daughter is a six year old with autism, who is having crying spells everyday lately, is this normal?
No!: Please get your child to see a specialist in autistic disorders right away. These kids are quite special and have an extremely unique way of learning. Music, the arts have been quite helpful in contributing in easing frustration in these very special kids. Please don't delay, sooner the better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I have headache for 2 weeks crying spells and uncontrollable anxiety attacks please help?
Please see a : doctor to check out the headaches and ask them for the name of a good psychologist to help with the crying spells and panic attacks. The headaches may be due to the stress and anxiety you are experiencing, but it is important to rule out any medical issues before assuming that it is all emotionally triggered. Feel fee to ask additional questions. ...Read more
Lost a baby 5 months ago have been on mirtazapine 4 years now
in the last month I have been having crying spells every day should I up the dose?
Grief Counseling: I am so sorry to read of your loss. It is unlikely increasing Mirtazapine alone will be enough. Your tears are telling you it is time to get the help you deserve. Talk therapy and a possible better medicine can help tremendously but this is not something you do alone. This time will always have meaning but life will unfold in a better way with the right help. Reach out now to providers and call. ...Read more
I'm on Lexapro (escitalopram) 2weeks for anxiety. I'm still stressed having crying spells and still having stress and anxiety related symptoms. What should I do?
Can you drink on Pristiq (desvenlafaxine) 50mg in moderation? I drank and started having crying spells. But drank before on it w/no issues? Hormones possibly?
Pristiq (desvenlafaxine) & EtOH ?: It's well known that alcohol has pronounced effects on mood. It's likely a bottle of Pristiq (desvenlafaxine) was labelled at the pharmacy "Do not consume alcohol". The main reason for that warning is bc alcohol can have such a pronounced effect on mood, that it's tough to tell if the med is working, if a pt also drinks alcohol during treatment. Contact ur prescribing MD to discuss safety of any EtOH intake for u. ...Read more
A friend is feelng sad, hurting emotionally, lonely, hungry yet doesn't feel like eating, has a bad headache, and having crying spells. It started this morning. What should I do?
This morning?: It sounds like something has happened which upset your friend a lot. Often relationship breakups, deaths, job loss, and various other events can precipitate painful reactions like you describe. Ask your friend to share with you what's hurting, if s/he can. Your presence may help. If these feelings continue for more than 2 weeks, your friend needs a doctor; if suicidal, needs this care now. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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
What can be done at home to reduce crying spells and depression? I really dpnt want to see a doctor.
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