... Hi all, I am new to the site.
A little about me before going on...I am in my early 40's, single, no children. I was 'diagnosed' as being in early menopause. I also have some anxiety issues but Other than that, I am in good health and good weight.
So, here goes: The past 6 months have been horrible for me. Body aches/pains, severe PMS but with NO periods. I mean the PMS is... (6 replies)
... others say they are the same thing. Although most define early menopause as menopause before the age of 40, some say a more appropriate age is 45. Personally, I find it all rather confusing. ... (7 replies)
... i am new to this sight today. i am 49 and have been living a nightmare for the past year and a half. i keep chaulking it up to peri-menapause, but how can there be so may different symptoms.......gi problems, reflux, noisey gi. Changed eating habbits, no dairy, no pork, no caffine. anxiety, gitters, tingling, feeling like your body is humming from the inside, insomnia, hot... (25 replies)
... Have any of you had such debilitating menopause symptoms? ... (6 replies)
... mors, with heart palpitations and I felt like running around the block a hundred times. I was so sensitve I would cry at the drop of a hat....then I would get so angry I would yell at my family...it took something someone said to rub me the wrong way and then hell broke loose. ... (21 replies)
... I now haven't had a period since then! I'm ok with that, and I actually did wonder if this was the start of Peri. I haven't done much research on menopause because I figured that nah, I'm too young for it yet. But the longer the periods didn't come, the more I thought that maybe that was what it was. ... (1 replies)
... from some kind of horrible disease. The anxiety went through the roof and I couldn't control it. I became angry with my kid and husband and thought this is the way it's going to be. I was so wrong! ... (16 replies)
... here daugher, I am sorry your mom is having such anger issues. Did she always have anger issues and they have just gotten worse or was she not like this before menopause started? ... (1 replies)
... My 58 year old mom seems to have been in menopause FOREVER. Years upon years? ... (1 replies)
... to let things slide, but this menopause thing just won't let me. I keep my mouth shut as long as I can and then I virtually explode!!! He's always done things that drive me nuts. ... (8 replies)
... ok, nasty and angry and not nice to be around! ... (2 replies)
... i went 7 months without a period. then i started having symptoms of pms. water retention, scalp acne, anxiety and feeling very angry and hostile. i couldn't figure out why the anxiety came out since i am on an anti anxiety med. then the period started. a week later and it's still here. ... (8 replies)
... fear of all the women with the same mindset in the thread. This is the same type of mindset I find in all menopause threads when a husband asks about a wife acting irrationally. They are all the same posts for the most part. ... (23 replies)
... I can wake up in a good mood and the littlest thing can set me off and make me angry or bring me to tears. I am just so weepy and emotional. I am the right age, 47. ... (10 replies)
... I'm really cranky and angry and thought it was Life stuff... ... (5 replies)
... this. But as a woman approaching 50 years old, I am equally sorry for your wife. I am going through perimenopause right now, which means I'm not quite at that menopause stage. I skip periods, it seems more and more. My husband finally had had enough and begged me to go get help. ... (23 replies)
... I can tell you I absolutely love my husband, but these hormones have made me feel very detached and angry at him for reasons that aren't all that rational. ... (23 replies)
I felt better on the Lexapro right away, even though the doctor told me it would take a week or so to notice any difference. I felt like someone had flipped a switch and I went from darkness to light - it was wonderful! I did stay hungry on the Lexapro and I switched to Wellbutrin because of that, but with Wellbutrin only, I wasn't depressed but got very angry alot... (63 replies)
I was thinking about you yesterday and I'm so glad you wrote! So happy you are "clean"!! And no after effects too! I'm sure the bx will be fine - so very many women seem to have this and it turns out to just be hormonal.
It's great that it all went so easily for you. I am so scared to have this done because my last D&C was a nightmare. I wouldn't stop... (13 replies)
... e a course of antibotics to see if it will cure up..but there is a slim chance it will clear up and they will have to remove them...that means i will be starting menopause soon...and im so scared as some people had to be put on pills and the pills have been linked to cancer, im moody, rebellious, angry and weird... ... (6 replies)