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... My husband has also had heart surgery. I have also noticed mood swings. One thing I noticed in your post was that your family really never sat down and talked about the situation. Instead of distancing yourself and not speaking to your parents, why not give them a call and ask to come over and have a talk with them. Do it at a very relaxed time that they would like you to... (13 replies)
... he constant verbal abuse from her drove me away from her out of fear for my life. I was completely baffeled as to what was going on and why she had turned on me. After I left, she had bypass surgery and seems normal since. So whatever the anger is or where it comes from, can happen BEFORE surgery too. ... (13 replies)
... Of course he said that is not the same thing and it is hard for me to accept the rage because I myself have CFIDS and it causes me to have chest pain and vicious anger when I am pushed... ... (13 replies)

... surgical depression is very common after heart surgery, and too often goes undiagnosed and untreated. It can manifest as anger. ... (13 replies)
... hi sorry have just read your letter it does get slowly better i think going back to work and getting back into a routine helped. the anger bit ,has subsided quite a lot ,but i still blow up once in awhile but not half as bad.. ... (13 replies)
... I had heart surgery after a heart attack. There are a lot of studies that connect depression to post heart surgery. It sure hit me. ... (13 replies)
... I found your question today because i was researching the connection between heart surgery and anger. My dad had a triple bypass a few years ago, since then, he's a changed person. ... (13 replies)
... hi i myself have just recovered from heart surgery if you read my contribution. iknow and understand what your father is going through ihave the same thing but to a milder degree. ... (13 replies)
... Hello GBug, It could be that the heart surgery was a "wake up call" to him; a reminder that his lifespan may have shortened considerably. In this realization, it would make perfect sense to try and distance himself from his loved ones, as he doesn't want to cause any unnecessary pain and anguish. When a person has a surgery of this magnitude, plenty of thoughts can be... (13 replies)
... taking something for anxiety. She didn't know what it was. It's something they don't like to talk about. In addition to the bypass, a year and a half ago he had surgery for an abdominal aortic aneurysm. The surgeon was unable to repair it through the artery and had to cut him in his abdomen which made the recovery much longer.. ... (13 replies)
... My dad had bypass surgery in 2000. Ever since then he has been VERY, VERY short tempered. It has gotten worse each year. ... (13 replies)
... That can't be the reason .Maybe the food you eat can make some changes . (13 replies)
... Thank you for your response Phoenix. (13 replies)
... Have you all talked to his doc about this? (13 replies)
... He also said after she had her surgery, she would have problems getting settled on certain foods, and to try her on new things. ... (10 replies)
Is this abuse??
Feb 5, 2005
... out to be a monster, that he never hit me, and that I pushed his buttons. When I finally got him to admit he was wrong, he cried and was very hard on himself. After this realization, things went back to being normal. ... (13 replies)




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