Last November I was about to walk out the door to head to parents for Thanksgiving and I was blindsided by intense pain. I felt like I was in labor. I called the dr and he said it could have been a miscarriage or a problem with a pregnacy. I was bleeding heavily after a two week period and I thought the mild pain I had that morning was ovulation (setting in early). At the time, I didn't even think I could be pregnant. Anyway, I went to the dr. and it was likely not a miscarriage. I was overweight and they found (after some biopsy on breast) that I had fibercyctic changes that caused nonthreatening lumps. I also had high cholestrol and admitted that I felt depressed and disconnected. Since then, I have lost 24 pounds and still have about 20 more to loose. This seemed to really help and my spirits lifted too. I have felt better for sure; but I still battle with fatique, painful ovulation cycles, anxiety, muscle soreness. Somedays or some months are worse than others. There are days that brushing my hair is a painful task. I writing this now because I seem to be getting worse again. I feel so tired. Mornings are really difficult to get out of bed. By 1:00pm, I can hardly stay on my feet, I have to lay down. I feel disconnected at times, like I don't make any sense. I have cramps most of the time. Ovulation can be worse than the period. I am easily overwhelmed. What is wrong with me? I am 32, married with two small children. I am 5/7 and weigh 175.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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