I have recently had the procedure done at the age of 43. I am not yet experiencing any physical side effects but emotionally I am a wreck. I am going through the chain of emotions daily and it is ridiculous. No one has pointed it out to me but thankfully as someone who is under treatment for depression I notice the changes. I feel the dramatic mood swings. I really feel so down. So unmotivated and bleak. I needView Thread
It has been one week since my procedure and I thought hmmm "smooth sailing"....not so smooth. I was previously on anti-depressants and now feel as though I have taken a giant leap backwards. I will be 43 next week. I too have smelled the suspicious odor now that you mention it. The massive mood swings are killing me!! I am waiting for my doctor to call me now. UGH any advice anyone??View Thread
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