I really think i have lost it!

Re: I really think i have lost it!

Postby xCherryx » Mon Mar 05, 2012 9:39 pm

Same plum, i have to write things down or i will forget. And energy what's that then lol

Hope you're ok

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Re: I really think i have lost it!

Postby member_40071 » Sun Jun 09, 2013 5:01 pm

Hello, I'm new to the site and read your conditions with interest. I have been through the mad/angry years and it passed with out returning after I took the HRT. I'm now on the pill I'm still very forgetful (I was led to believe that was caused by stress even though I don't feel stressed?!) I'm always colder than everyone else even in the summer.

I've even forgotten what I was going to write, I have such poor concentration.

Did you resolve some of your problems/symptoms? And did you manage to pinpoint a cause?
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Re: I really think i have lost it!

Postby member_40071 » Sun Jun 09, 2013 5:02 pm

I remember now I saw you message again........
Energy -did yours ever improve
Did or do you have difficulty sleeping?
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Re: I really think i have lost it!

Postby member_44338 » Thu Feb 22, 2018 5:02 am

I have a damaged anterior pituitary gland. I am 65 years of age. My body does not produce cortisone or human growth hormone. I suffered deep depression until I received human growth hormone therapy. I am still having bouts of depression reactive to my situation. I understand something about how you must feel. I sought professional help, and I will seek more guidance from a mental health professional in the future should the need arise. This approach, while not perfect, helps to reduce the pressure on my primary health care provider and those around me.
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