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Mood Changes With Period Women
Mood changes ?: Hormonal imbalance.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is how a patient says they feel, or how someone feels internally, versus how someone's mood appears, which is called "affect." if you say your mood is "happy, " and you appear to be so, we would say that your affect is congruent. If, however, you actually look really angry, we would say your mood is "happy" and ...Read more
Please advise if it's a woman's period or the PMS leading up to the period that cause mood changes?
Ever since I got the copper IUD coil I am having increasing bad pmt never experienced pmt before now my mood changes one week before period. ?
Time of period, brown spotting not enough for a pad, tired, extreme mood changes, sensitivity, etc. Never had this before. What is going on?
Mood changes, headaches, frequent urination,food cravings, but my last period was April 14th. Could it be? Still too early to tell
Way too early: Unless you want to conceive - use protection whenever you have sex. If you miss your next period, wait a week and do a test. Your signs can be from anything or nothing and may be unrelated to each other. Try to learn factual info about reproduction - it's good to know. Best! ...Read more
Lower back ache, stomach cramps lower pelvis feels harder.Little queezy at points mood changes no period tired easy feel like I have to pee a lot more?
What do I do? I am still constantly struggling with mood changes, periods of severe depression which lasts for days. Help?
Gotten help yet?: If the answer is no then start with a medical evaluation with a psychiatrist or your physician to assess for a formal mood disorder ; underlying medical conditions that may be causing symptoms. Talking therapy (cognitive behavioral therapy or insight oriented psychotherapy) is important for lasting change. Consider working with a psychologist for talking therapy. Good luck. ...Read more
Am i maybe partly bipolar? I find my mood changes so fast over things that can be so small&i go through periods of extreme depression and happiness.
See below: You need a more thorough examination by your dr to be able to accurately diagnose you. A more in depth evaluation can be done by psychiatrist once medical conditions are ruled out by your primary care. Pls see your dr soon to prevent further delay of treatment, good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Switching from Ortho-Cyclen 28 to Gildess FE due to heavy periods but I've read a lot of bad reviews about Gildess about spotting & mood changes?
Birth control: All the birth control pills can do this. Only way to know is give a try ...Read more
Coworker says her hormones are really strong, so women sync to her cycle. I have a Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD/don't get my period, but now I get bloating/headaches + mood swings at the same time. Are they connected?
No, not medically!: Most of your symptoms are attributable to the hormone levonorgestrel (a synthetic progesterone) in your Mirena IUD. Now, if your co-worker is particularly difficult to work with, she may be contributing to your headaches & mood swings, but this notion that her hormones are so strong that other women sync to her cycle is incorrect. ...Read more
Pregnant or nott miss two period eating alot, soreness breast, belly change, mood swings, tired, gagging a lot ?
21 yr old female, hair and weight loss, fatigue, irritated scalp, anxiety, high stress, irregular periods, mood swings, thin spots?
Multiple poss,: Whatever the issue, stress may be resulting in or adding to the issue. Alopecea areata is hair loss that can be caused by stress, get on some zantac (ranitidine) 150mg. If no medical reason is found, and often there isn't ( adrenal insufficiency, thyroid, autoimmune dz) then Mirtazapine is a great drug for insomnia, appetite and mood/anxiety. It works well in those with your profile but you need to be seen. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What the causes of mood changes in women? Because im happy and all of the sudden get mad and feel fustrated.. Is it hormones or bipolor? What can I do
Many possibilities: Sudden mood changes can happen for many reasons, including rapid-cycling bipolar disorder, general irritability, depression, pms/pmdd, etc. There are personality disorders that are prone to this as well. To get a better idea of your own situation, you could start by seeing your primary care physician for an evaluation. S/he may also want you to see a psychiatrist and/or therapist as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: It is not strange. Not all women experience emotional effects related to their period. Count your blessings. ...Read more
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