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    I have noticed in the past year, before I have my period I feel extremely low and emotional. When I know I have to go to work the next day, I feel extremely depressed and sometimes I feel like ringing in sick! I am a uni student so that is also stress on top, and I am a domestic cleaner in another job once a week. Is this normal? I am very snappy and don't want to talk to anybody at all! If work colleagues try, I get very miserable or I don't have lunch with them lol :unimpressed:

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    Fear of periods? idk, I haven't experienced it and will never so don't take my word for granted
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    (Original post by Butterfly92xo)
    I have noticed in the past year, before I have my period I feel extremely low and emotional. When I know I have to go to work the next day, I feel extremely depressed and sometimes I feel like ringing in sick! I am a uni student so that is also stress on top, and I am a domestic cleaner in another job once a week. Is this normal? I am very snappy and don't want to talk to anybody at all! If work colleagues try, I get very miserable or I don't have lunch with them lol :unimpressed:

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    I think it is just all part of the hormone thing. I get bad tempered and very grumpy.

    You might have some underlying depression just is just exacerbated at the time of the month.

    Best thing I can suggest and it works for me is to do exercise - like running - it releases the endorphins that make you feel great. Drink plenty of fluid ( not beer!) and try to get a decent nights sleep
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    (Original post by Butterfly92xo)
    I have noticed in the past year, before I have my period I feel extremely low and emotional. When I know I have to go to work the next day, I feel extremely depressed and sometimes I feel like ringing in sick! I am a uni student so that is also stress on top, and I am a domestic cleaner in another job once a week. Is this normal? I am very snappy and don't want to talk to anybody at all! If work colleagues try, I get very miserable or I don't have lunch with them lol :unimpressed:

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    Premenstrual Syndrome - http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Premens.../Symptoms.aspx
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    I recommend taking vitamin B6
    http://www.boots.com/en/Boots-VITAMI...blets_1289852/
    I don't usually bother with vitamin tablets, but when my hormones were really out of balance, taking a vitamin B6 tablet once a day REALLY helped. My emotions were a lot more stable and consistent, no more feeling mysteriously frustrated or upset. They aren't too expensive so they're absolutely worth a try. I'd recommend them to anyone with a hormonal imbalance.
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    PMS
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    Fear of periods? idk, I haven't experienced it and will never so don't take my word for granted
    Looooooooool fear of periods no it's PMS hun
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    Could be Pms Symptoms.
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    Fear of periods? idk, I haven't experienced it and will never so don't take my word for granted
    You're gonna make all the men look 100% clueless
 
 
 
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