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Is It Common To Feel Empty After Crying A Lot
Father is doing hormonal therapy. Prostate cancer. He's Feeling emotional a lot. Has crying spells. Does that happen with hormonal therapy. Common?
Usually not: Have him checked by his pediatrician even if the chance of finding physical problem is pretty low. ...Read more
Hard to tell: The best thing to do is have her checked by the doctor. Babies don't know how to tell us what is bothering them. They can have an ear infection, a tummy ache, a pinched area (clothing too tight), be hungry, wet, dirty, tired, have an injury, or just need more attention. If it is happening frequently, get her checked to make sure it is not something that needs to be treated. ...Read more
I'm extremely low at the moment. Can this amplify pain a lot? I can't seem to stop crying. I'm getting help but I'm finding life very hard at the mo.
Would like to try the Ablifiy, but do I just take him off the Zpreza? And can we start that dose out higher because of how severe he is right now? And is the Ablifiy a mood stabilizer? Sorry lots of questions! He's just crying one minute and hitting the n
Why?: Changing from one medicine to another is really not a casual matter. You need to involve your prescriber. Is there sufficient reason to change? How long, and what doses have been tried? Is there a side effect? Is Abilify (aripiprazole) the best choice to switch to? What are the risks and benefits? You need your prescriber's involvement in this. ...Read more
What's the cause for loss of appatite and being sad a lot and crying a lot I was curious could it be PMS?
PMS: You are very young to have classical "PMS", which is caused by sudden drops in high estrogen levels, usually seen in women over 35. If you do have a variant of PMS, just before you see bleeding when it's time for your period would be the lowest estrogen...similarly, although less, would be just prior to ovulation. Sadness, tearfulness, etc. As well as irritability are common at both times. ...Read more
How to manage crying behavior. My 3 n half yr old autistic son cries a lot. What therapies shud I work on at home.
My son is 2 y.o. he refuses to eat. Eats only twice a day with war. Wakes up crying at night. I worry a lot what can be wrong?
Why do I feel like crying sometimes when I am extremely tired and/or under a lot of stress? Does crying relieve stress? If so, how?
Expressive outlet: There is a neuronal connection between tear duct & emotional brain regions. Chemicals are released during emotions & tears serve one outlet. Socially they communicate; psychologically they may soothe or produce aversive sensation prompting action to cope. There are numerous theories which reflect the complexity. Most women feel better after a good cry, if it relieves your stress, enjoy the effect. ...Read more
I took my 7mo old to the nursary he cried a lot does to much crying like more than 15min will harm my baby? I have to take him from now on.
No: By 7m an infant recognizes the tight bond they have with their mother & has separation anxiety if s/he cannot see her. Crying with separation is a sign of normal mental function. Baby will get better as he bonds with members of the nursery team, but this will likely continue at some level until he is at least 2. Prolonged crying at that age does not hurt the baby. ...Read more
Uncontrollable laughter/crying over very little for 5 mins about 2X a year under a lot of stress had baby 2 Mth ago is it worth worrying about?
Needs tratment: Yes it needs to be treated by a Psychiatrist. You may need therapy with and without drugs as there may be underlying depression.It can also be a sign of Pseudo Bulbar Affect but in that condition you will have these episodes more frequently than only two times a year. Discuss with your Doctor or Psychiatrist ...Read more
When I cry I get headaches that make me want to cry. They are definitely unilateral and throb. I have had these type a lot even when not crying?
What a pain!: I would recommend that you call to make an appointment with a neurologist and speak with your general practitioner. While you are waiting for an appointment, document the exact location of the headache, what the pain feels like, how long it lasts, what makes the headache worse or what makes it better, and any other symptoms associated with the headache (nausea, vomiting, changes in vision). ...Read more
Preschooler recently started crying a lot at%a0school, she was out for a week due to laryngitis, could that have something to do with the crying? Help
Hard to tell: Young children can be very emotional from all sorts of things. They don't always handle change easily. Talk with her about her activities at preschool- what does she like to do? Are there any things she doesn't like? Be calm and encourage her to go to school and have fun. If it persists, talk with her teacher and see if there is anything else going on (new change in sched., new students, etc). ...Read more
Waitin to see psychatrist but in the meantime I hyperventilate 24/7paper bag helps little not a lot crying on and off racing bad thoughts what can I do?
Many techniques help: If you are dealing with anxiety and panic, there are a lot of techniques that you can learn and practice on your own to help manage anxiety and panic. Take a look at "the anxiety and phobia workbook and "don't panic: taking control of anxiety attacks." both contain many helpful techniques and strategies that you can practice and that are are likely to help. ...Read more
My 1yr old is crying, whimpering a lot, just seems uncomfortable, has a slight fever, but hasn't had a bm in a day.?
Is it possible that this be early symptoms of dementia if if I have depression at times and lots of crying?
Not necessarily: Mood and personality changes can be one of the early signs of dementia but the main symptoms are a cognitive decline such as memory loss, disorientation, word finding difficulties and confusion. It would be best to have an evaluation from your doctor as there can be other causes for the depression and crying episodes. ...Read more
Yes it can.: It would be worth while to talk with your primary care provider, a psychiatrist or other mental health provider as this can be the start of a major depressive episode. ...Read more
Can crying and getting mad a lot affect the baby during pregnancy? I am 6 months pregnant and I was wondering about this
BUT you should be working on RESOLVING this issue BEFORE the Baby is born!
A word to the wise and I hope it helps!
Good Luck and BE WELL]
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