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    Quote Originally Posted by anony View Post
    How did you go at the doc @muzzy?

    AF arrived for me today too 😟 So here we go again!!
    She has prescribed me anti depressants but I am to scared to take them!! I have never taken anything like this before!!

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    @muzzy do you feel like you maybe need a 2nd opinion? Or was this something you decided together? So sorry that you are feeling so down.

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    At the appointment I was kinda happy to go on them but now im not sure!! I been feeling so sad recently I just want to feel better! I am just wondering if there are some more natural ways!

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    Quote Originally Posted by muzzy View Post
    At the appointment I was kinda happy to go on them but now im not sure!! I been feeling so sad recently I just want to feel better! I am just wondering if there are some more natural ways!
    I wish I knew more to help you but I know nothing about them. What does hubby think?

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    I don't know if you need them or not Muzzy, what I do know is that there is a difference between clinical depression where there are chemical imbalances in the brain, and environmental depression, where an external situation is making you feel terrible. I personally think I have a bit of the latter, but don't ask for AD's bc I know a BFP will stop these feelings. When you have an imbalance, nothing helps but meds.

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    There is a natural anti depressant called St Johns Wort and the Black Dog Institute have a fact sheet on its website http://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/...tjohnswort.pdf

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    My other thought is, is your FS affiliated with a group like Monash IVF or Melbourne IVF? If so, they should have access to counsellors if you weren't keen on taking medication...

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    Muzzy I'm sorry to hear about af arriving

    My first round of Clomid didn't work, I didn't ovulate, so my FS is increasing my dose to 100mg. I'm on my last day of provera today (CD55).

    I've had the worst pimples on the sides of my face and along my jawline, which I've read is a sign of hormonal imbalance. I never had them this bad in my teens and it's horrible getting them at almost 31.

    I do have cysts on my ovaries but the FS wasn't sure if I had PCOS or not, but with this acne and lack of ovulation it's looking more likely that I do have it.

    If the 100mg dose of Clomid doesn't work I'm going to see a different specialist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I don't know if you need them or not Muzzy, what I do know is that there is a difference between clinical depression where there are chemical imbalances in the brain, and environmental depression, where an external situation is making you feel terrible. I personally think I have a bit of the latter, but don't ask for AD's bc I know a BFP will stop these feelings. When you have an imbalance, nothing helps but meds.
    I honestly think I have the enviromental depression, as it's this horrible ROLLERCOASTER of infertility that is making me feel ****ty! I also am not happy in my job so I think both those combined is what's making me feel so horrible!! I regret having the ads now as it's now on my medical history and I'm so scared it going to go against me for adoption!! I am going to book in appointment with my accupunture guy because I know he helped my anxiety when I saw him last!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sullo08 View Post
    My other thought is, is your FS affiliated with a group like Monash IVF or Melbourne IVF? If so, they should have access to counsellors if you weren't keen on taking medication...
    Yeah I am seeing a counsellor had 2 sessions! It's helping :-)


 

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