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Should i go back to the doctor?

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Bumblebee22

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Hi new here 🙋‍♀️..
I am 25, 3 children...
I have suffered with depression many years and recently got told I had anxiety too, and was referred for some counselling which I'm still awaiting.
I dont no if it is just my silly head but something just doesnt feel right atm.
I litterally from the moment my eyes are open to the moment my eyes shut, I have this constant feeling in my body like worry and fear?
A horrible feeling in my stomach like the feeling you get when you nearly fall down a step.. all the time!
But I dont always feel depressed some weeks I feel really good not a care in the world couldnt care less about anything love my life then the next few days / weeks it's down I feel like crap, sercetly crying no motivation no trust for my partner, just the thought of being a crap person and just genuinely fed up.
I have recently lost quite abit of weight which everyone keeps telling me and that's worrying me I've been meaning to make a doctor appointment just to make sure it's nothing serious as I haven't been trying to lose weight but thought of actually making the appointment scares the life out of me and then before I no it's the weekend an I still haven't done it.
I'm just really struggling to cope with feeling like this on and off its driving me mad, an was hoping someone might be the feeling the same or wether it's time to go back to the doctors
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You must have a lot on your plate with three children and only being 25. That’s one hell of a lot of responsibility to have. It could be just normal pressure of life but have you thought of keeping a mood diary. I’m sure thats one of the first things you’ll be asked to do and see if there’s a pattern. Also mark down what your doing that day as that can also have an effect . I think you need to do that for several weeks to see if there’s a pattern. As to weight loss thats a different matter again it could be running around after three children but it may be worth seeing your doctor and maybe getting some bloods done
 
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Daffy thank you for replying. Yes definitely is my eldest is also type 1 diabetic, but wouldn't change them for the world, they are the only people I'm always the same for.
I have downloaded a mood dairy app so will be doing that the next couple of weeks. X
 
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I would go back to the doctor, and also, it's brilliant that you will be keeping a mood diary, this will indicate to now if not the general pracitioner, certainly a pshychartry team will be able to figure out what the cause of the problems are.

I would wait until after a couple or a few weeks, after you have monitored and kept a record of your moods, also keepa diet diary combined as well, just to rule out if there isn't some underlying problem via diet and health, I'm not about to probe, what your dietary habits are like, must be healthier otherwise, you couldn't be running helping your children.

Keep a diary, and make an appointment booking.


Nice to meet you.

Best wishes.
 
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