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What Is The Best Treatment For Emotional Instability
The after effects of bacterial are like emotional instability, mood swings, a little mental retardation and clumsiness. How can I help myself? Therapy?
A psychologist: Or social worker can help you learn some strategies to help w/your situation. There is a lot you can to to help yourself but others need to be involved, including your doc, for the best outcome. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Been told I need prioritise bulimia recovery but I think my emotional instability is more of an issue as it causes suicide/ self harm.?
Contraception: In susceptible individuals, & depending on the hormones in the pill, it is possible. ...Read more
Having one an extremely painful period. Extreme cramps. Get worse when I move. Nausea. Headache. Emotional instability. What should I do?
Terrible period!: Sounds horrible. Take the over the counter period med, soak in hot bath, add Tylenol (acetaminophen) extra if you need to, keep hydrated, try and drink something with caffeine for headache and have some chocolate. It will pass but you may want to think about birth control to help with future periods. I know how you feel! Try not to hurt any one. I used to put out a warning to just stay away! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does emotional instability increase with alcohol consumption? Days of heavy drinking back to back as opposed to binge drinking?
Yes but: Binge drinking is not better! The first organ to b dammaged by alcohol is the CNS meaning the brain. Alcohol is the fakest friend u can imagine! It is a CNS depressant that destroys sleep, mood & personality much quicker than pple usually think. Avoid both daily heavy drinking or weekend alcohol binge, b safe & keep ur best asset healthy! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would be the best treatment for elevated prolactin and pituitary microadenoma? Except of cabergoline. I also have a history of elevated cortisol. I've been feeling tired and had mood swings all my life. I've been on dexamethasone, cabergoline and fem
Seek endocrinology: Managing pituitary adenoma and hyperpralactinemia is best managed by a specialist who has a chance to exam you, get a good history and order/interpret proper lab tests and imagining. It's unfortunately beyond the scope of this forum. Sorry. ...Read more
Cognitive Behavioral: Therapy, and medication.Get a more detailed answer ›
I think I'm bipolar, is wellbutrin the best medication for me? After a lifetime of serious emotional problems, I'm finally ready to admit that I'm probably bipolar. I'm also ocd, have severe depression and anxiety. I'm almost 60 years old and only now am
Time to act: It sounds you have been suffering for a long time. Ocd can happen at the same time with bipolar disorder. And they are treatable. If you have bipolar type ii, it is easily mistook for major depression. Going back to the drawing board with your psychiatrist and look at all the symptoms as a whole will help you reevaluate your treatment and set it on a better course. Now that you admit the problem. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Are there any medications with no danger effects and that help cure anxiety, panic, and other emotional problems?
Antidepresants: They ussually have only mild side effects. Antianxiolytics can cause dependency. ...Read more
I use efavirenz and stocrin truvada (emtricitabine and tenofovir) because of my HIV treatment but can this treatment cause head ache immediate anger mood swings dizzyness I have?
Efavirenz: First, I hope you're not taking both Efavirenz and stocrin, since they're two names for the same drug. Efavirenz can cause mood changes and dizziness. If you didn't have these problems before you started the drug, you should talk to your doctor about a switch. There are plenty of good alternatives. ...Read more
I am experiencing emotional problems (quality: feelings of unreality, detachment), mood swings, hallucinations, impulsive or reckless behavior, t...
See your doctor:
Please see your doctor as soon as possible. If you feel like harming yourself, go to the emergency room right now!
The very best of wishes. ...Read more
Probably not: Ncreased emitionality during preg can be due hormonal changes and due to psychological stress of adapting to changing life-roles. Women have been experiencing these challenges for millennia without harming pregnancy. However, if this is disabling, i.e. Keeping you from doing things you normally would, it might warrant an intervention. Best to discuss this with your obgyn soon. Good luck! ...Read more
Unstable emotions: It means that a person will get easily emotional about things that may not normally affect us. There are several stages of severity. In mild cases, it can just look like moodiness. In severe cases, patients may experience intense feelings of happiness or sadness over trivial issues or even without a clear provoking factor. They may go from one to the other very quickly. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had been very stressed lately, and it's affecting my life;excessive eating, being emotional, mood swings, quick judgements. What should I do?
Find support ; care: Hopefully the recent stress is time limited so that with support and caring from a pro or good un-involved friend/relative/love you'll get through it and back to normal. If it's long term, find a therapist ti evaluate your needs. Talking and planning might be enough. Short-term meds may help until you learn management skills. Make life as easy for yourself as possible during stress. Best wishes. ...Read more