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PostSubject: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   15th January 2009, 07:43

Many women report mood changes linked to their monthly menstrual cycles. Between 3% and 9% of women of reproductive age experience premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), often with severe depression symptoms.

How are these monthly mood changes -- mild or severe -- affected by seasonal weather and activities? When should you talk to a doctor and seek treatment for depression?


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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   15th January 2009, 19:53

I've been on prozac for almost two years now and it really seems to help me....don't get me wrong, I still have my dips, but there nowhere near as bad as they used to be!!
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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   16th January 2009, 12:20

Thank goodness I am so past the hormonal part of this faint I used to be soooo bad faint
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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   16th January 2009, 21:40

Yikes do I get moody and it's not my BP tongue
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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   17th January 2009, 09:16

I'm not going to touch this one tongue
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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   17th January 2009, 22:15

Doc Mike wrote:
I'm not going to touch this one tongue

And that is one of the many many many reasons you are loved so much love
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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   18th January 2009, 13:38

I hope this is the blush one because I'm doing that. redface Not just because of what you said but also what you ladies are talking about redface
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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   18th January 2009, 15:42

Oh sure Mike you're blushing big grin

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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   18th January 2009, 21:24

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PostSubject: Re: Seasonal Mood and Hormonal Changes   19th January 2009, 13:30

He's blushing now that's for sure. I can't tell you all why though big grin

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