Amanda, it makes me sad to hear that you're sad. (((hug))) You're doing the right thing by seeing your doctor about this. I pray that he finds out what's going on and that there's a quick solution to this.
I know this is a long shot, but there are a lot of people who have had surgery on their small intestine who cannot absorb vitamin B-12 anymore, so they have weekly B-12 injections. I bring this up, because a lack of B vitamins can make you feel depressed. You might want to ask your doctor if he wants to check the B vitamin levels in your blood, too.
Thanks for reaching out to us. You can vent here anytime. You're going to be okay, and you will get better.
Oh Amanda, I'm so sad for you . I wish I could be with you right now to give you a big hug. I'm glad that you called your dr. things WILL get better. You are making a step in the right direction by reaching out for help. Always remember that we are ALL here for you whenever you need us. You CAN do this Amanda; you've been through so much and I know you can get through this too. Hang in there, it isn't too much longer until you see your dr. You continue to be in my prayers. (((((((((((hugs)))))))))))
I'm glad we're able to bring you some comfort and support. Think of us as your osto-sisters!
Would Zantac help with the upset stomach? I hope you have a better night tonight.
I'm so glad you're feeling better and that your bloodwork came back normal. I'm on FB, too, and will send you an email with my full name.