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So run down, cant stop crying its driving me mad!

(6 Posts)
charleepeters Mon 25-Jul-05 18:28:32

Im crying over literally everything which is so not me, im tired, spotty and still dizzy. i just feel so run down as if i havent slep un a week but i have!

What will get me back on track!

juicychops Mon 25-Jul-05 18:54:43

hi. im feeling exactly the same lately. for the past few weeks i just keep cryingover everything whether its ds mucking about, or watching something happy or sad on tv or just silly things going wrong like if i spill a drink or drop something. Im so so tired but im not going to bed any later than what i always have since ds was born and im not getting up that much earlier (between 5 and 6am). I keep getting headaches too which is getting me down too cos when ds cries it feels like my head is gunna explode!!

fqueenzebra Mon 25-Jul-05 20:46:02


charleepeters Tue 26-Jul-05 14:59:42

I sleep normaly i go to bed about 10.30pm and wake up a 6.00am and sleep like a log, my ood swings are horendous! one minute im wanting to kill someone the next im blubbing!

Frizbe Tue 26-Jul-05 15:05:03

CP, Try getting one of those metatone tonics from the chemists, if nothing else it'll help balance your system out, and may help you to start feeling better {{Hugs}}

milla1 Sun 31-Jul-05 19:53:19

After my 2nd child was born, I developed an underactive thyroid. The symptoms were excessive tiredness, excessive crying, constipation, dizziness, tingling finger tips, feeling cold all the time, NO sex drive, to name but a few. Apparently it's quite common after childbirth and will right itself within a year, unless there is a family history (me!) in which case it can be for keeps. The thing to do would be to ask your GP for a blood test to rule it out. HTH.

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