I am confused, frustrated, forgetful and I look so old! I need a group of women who understand. I had a doctor put me on replacement hormones when I had never even missed a period, I bled for 110 weeks and ended up having to have a endometrial biopsy. I had a crazy wonderful sex drive and now I feel numb. I want to scream and cry... How do I begin accepting these changes, I have become obsessed with how iI look, I hate how shallow I seem. UGH! Any words of advise would be wonderful.View Thread
done!!! I am starting back at exercising for one thing and my doc wants a full blood work up to see whre we are now that I have been off hormones for a few months. I am taking this in hand and dealing with it. That control helps some. Bless you and thank you!!! xoxox ~rayaView Thread
Omgosh, thank you! It is recent and not photoshopped so I appreciate your comment!! And I feel your pain, I can't believe how much I have changed. Negatives yes, the build up was caused by hormones I should never have been taking, I have a much better and caring doctor now. Hang in there! I am going to start back exercising for one! If I can get myself out the door Email me if you need to talk xoxo HUGGG!!!!! ~rayaView Thread
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