How to combat the moodiness..

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   Posted 11/26/2008 11:58 AM (GMT -7)   
I am insanely moody at the moment, and Im sure its b/c I never feel rested, Im not depressed, and my stress has 1/2ed in the past month or so.. but I am still snappy, moody, grumpy.. I feel terrible about it esp. w/ the kids.. I cant help it though.

I was wondering if something like St.Johns Wart would help.. I have an appointment w/ my dr. but not until Jan 23rd, and his nurse is far from helpful.

We were going to try for another baby in the new year, but I have an appointment to get an IUD next week now, theres no way I can bring another baby into this world w/ me being like this. Until Im sorted we will have to postpone our next child. Plus Im terrified of getting accidentally pregnant while taking all these meds.


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   Posted 11/26/2008 12:14 PM (GMT -7)   
Talk to your doctor before taking anything.  Herbals can be very potent and can cause some problems.  You do have to be careful with St. John's Wort, too.  So be sure and talk to your doctor and pahrmacist before starting something new.
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   Posted 11/26/2008 1:50 PM (GMT -7)   
A lot of people have been moody lately, me for one. I think that what helps me is a nice brisk walk. It doesn't have to be for very long. There is just something about getting out into the fresh air and sunshine (when there is some) that helps me so much.

You might need something for depression or anxiety. Being in pain all the time isn't good for the moods. And that is something that will be consistant with fibromyalgia. I hope that you feel better soon.

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