I'd suggest seeing a therapist/counselor, and maybe look into antidepressants again if you and your doctor decide it would be helpful. Definitely try something other than what you had taken before, you don't need to add weight gain to the list of what is bringing you down. Not all antidepressants make you gain weight, and there are a lot out there to try. I won't try to comment on the husband situation, but talk to a therapist about it (feel free to talk here too). Is there some way you could put some distance between you and him? Sounds like he's not really helping your situation.View Thread
Hi there, I was wondering is depression what is bothering your primarily? Because if that's not the issue you might get more insight from the Menopause Community . Feel free to post here as well though!View Thread
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