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Just broke up with my long term girl. I know that women use crying to release the stress and sadness from the body, but what can a guy do?

Just broke up with my long term girl. I know that women use crying to release the stress and sadness from the body, but what can a guy do?

Crying OK!: Guys cry, too! And if you feel like crying, don't hold back. You can do it in private. Other ways to release pent up emotions are aerobic exercise, weight lifting, playing music, drawing, etc. You can yell at the top of your lungs in your car... Whatever feels good and doesn't hurt you or someone else. ...Read more

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Dr. Alan Mease
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Crying (Definition)

Crying in infancy is described as a loud, high-pitched sound made by infants in response to certain situations. Infants have a cry reflex that is a normal response to some stimuli, such as pain or hunger. Older children and adults cry for emotional reasons such as pain, fear, sadness, or frustration. Premature infants may not have a cry reflex, so they must be monitored closely for signs ...Read more


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Sadness, hopelessness, interest loss in people and activities, loneliness, crying, self-hurting on anger blackouts. & more, am i having a depression?

Sadness, hopelessness, interest loss in people and activities, loneliness, crying, self-hurting on anger blackouts. & more, am i having a depression?

Sounds likely: You could have a medical problem that is causing these symptoms, but you've just listed some of the major symptoms of depression. See your doctor and make sure you are physically healthy. Talk about depression and possible treatment options. Treatment will depend on how severe your symptoms are, how long they have been going on, and several other factors. Good luck. ...Read more

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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 more

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In august my baby pasted away from an genetic disorder if i had another child could it happen again I have 5 other living children 3 with different fathers nothing wrong with them then I have my last 3 by the same father which sad to say my little girl wa

In august my baby pasted away from an genetic disorder if i had another child could it happen again I have 5 other living children 3 with different fathers nothing wrong with them then I have my last 3 by the same father which sad to say my little girl wa

Recommend evaluation: I am sorry for your loss. The risk of it happening again depends on what your child had, whether either parent could be a carrier. Sometimes risk is very low, close to zero% (if genetic condition happened in the baby for the first time), 25% if both parents carriers of a condition, or other risk depending on the condition. I would recommend formal genetic evaluation and counseling. ...Read more

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My 1 week infant girl has got sticky eyes. What can be done and approximately how much milk should be given in regular intervals?

My 1 week infant girl has got sticky eyes. What can be done and approximately how much milk should be given in regular intervals?

Blocked tear ducts: Sticky eyes are usually related to a blocked lacrimal duct (tear duct). Massage gently with warm water cotton ball under the lower eyelid from nose out on each side several times a day. If the discharge gets heavy yellow or green, see your pediatrician. The formula/breastmilk should be 2-3 ounces every 3-4 hours. I hope this helps. :) ...Read more

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Going through marital probls. Crying and sad all the time. Depress,11wks pregnt. Can baby feel this?Is it bad for him? Have no symptoms of baby problm

Going through marital probls. Crying and sad all the time. Depress,11wks pregnt. Can baby feel this?Is it bad for him? Have no symptoms of baby problm

Yes, baby knows: Because you and the baby are linked by blood and hormones, the developing fetus will sense changes in those chemicals. Studies have proven that babies can hear in utero and respond to music as well. How about seeing a MD or therapist and get treatment for your "baby blues". ...Read more

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Is it bad to breast feed my 20 days old baby boy when I am feeling sad? I ve lost my best friend and can't stop crying.

Is it bad to breast feed my 20 days old baby boy when I am feeling sad? I ve lost my best friend and can't stop crying.

Talk to your doc. : Let your doctor know how you are feeling. You may be experiencing grief or even depression. Your doctor can help you and may check for other contributing factors if needed, such as anemia or thyroid dysfunction, both of which are common in the postpartum period. And most importantly, if you feel like hurting yourself or others then please seek help immediately. ...Read more

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Why does my three-week old son's tear come out from his right eye all the time even though he is not crying? My three-week old son has tear coming out of his right eye since he was born. I was told that it is common for infant and it will be gone later. B

Why does my three-week old son's tear come out from his right eye all the time even though he is not crying? My three-week old son has tear coming out of his right eye since he was born. I was told that it is common for infant and it will be gone later. B

Sounds : Sounds like a blocked tear duct. These generally resolve spontaneously and need to be addressed if it does not resolve after year 1. Seeing, your pedeatrician or ophthalmologist can provide you with guidance and reassurance and follow up care as necessary. ...Read more

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