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I Heard There Is A Grandmother Whose 23 How Can That Be Sad
Had shoulder surgery (SAD, ACR, LOA) 6/23 go to PT 2x/wk still stiff with limited ROM when do I consider MUA?
Too early: Sounds as though U may have component of adhesive capsulitis, and well MUA may be necessary if all else fails, I have had a lot of success in my own practice with intra-articular injections to include some form of cortisone. This seems to facilitate PT and help pts restore their motion, however I would probably wait another 4 wks before considering that. ...Read more
I have heard that getting angry, depressed, or sad a lot you get warts. I act like this a lot so could that be why?
Glad you checked : That out because it is not correct. ...Read more
I started Wellbutrin, I'm already on lamictal, seriquil. I know I've heard it can cause more depression/suicidal should I continue taking it.i am sad.
Call your prescriber: this morning! Don't alter your medications without talking to your psychiatrist. Do try to reach your doctor before your AM dose of Wellbutrin to discuss your treatment. Continue CBT. Let your psychologist know that you are feeling more depressed, also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your doctor.: Constantly feeling sad is one symptom of depression. You should be evaluated by your primary care physician or psychiatrist for proper diagnosis and treatment. Other symptoms of depression include lack of interest in activities you previously enjoyed, changes in sleep, difficulty concentrating, feeling guilty/worthless, suicidal thoughts, and lack of motivation and energy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Maybe nothing: Everyone (especially teens) have mood swings. If yours aren't too extreme and don't interfere with your life, it may be normal. On the other hand, some people are seriously angry or sad underneath, but hide it until "triggered" by something. There are also some medical conditions that could cause this. If it's a problem, see your doctor or a mental health professional. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well, first it needs: To be established if you have a clinical depression or if this is limited to feelings of sadness. A psychiatric evaluation would do that. Medications may or may not be medically indicated. Lifestyle changes can help. Talk about feelings ; address problems. Don't avoid them. Aim for 7.5 - 8 hours of sleep/ night. Daily physical activity is optimal in a green space. Eat healthfully. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I feel very sad. Im on med but im up and down in my moods mostly down. I don't think its working anymore, i feel like dieing. @times i don't do anything?
Sad & losing hope: Sounds like you have severe depression with mood fluctuations. 1) if ever feel at risk of harming yourself, go to an er please! 2) get evaluated for more treatment: mood stabilizer or tms (non-medication treatment for depression). 3) keep seeking until you find the help you need! you have a treatable illness! you deserve to have medical treatment to the point you get better! keep seeking! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See Below: Anger is usually a sign of frustration, inability to get a hold of a situation/environment. Look at the situations that make you feel angry; listen to your body -- where in your body it feels when you become angry. Practice relaxation, deep breathing to help you take an edge off the emotion so you can deal with it later. Find a therapist who can guide you through the process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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