Hi Everyone, I'm reaching out to you ladies because I just don't know where to turn these days. Every since I've turned 50, I live my life in total paranoia. Everything in my head is horrible. I worry about my health and everyone In my family including my pets. Once I wake up in the morning I can't sleep cause I immediately start worrying. I have a 3rd follow up mammogram in a few weeks and I am burying myself already even tho. the first follow up turned out o.k. I realize that I need to make some healthier choices with the few habits I have, but I recognize them and am doing something about it. If any of you are like this please let me know. I would like to talk to my doctor, but I fear she would think I'm nuts and tell me things to make me even more paranoid. Thank you so much for your time!!View Thread
Hi Darlyn, Thank you so much for replying!! I am considering this paranoia I have to be an aspect of menopause and was wondering if anyone else was like this? Thank you for sharing your experience also, ever since I've been in the medical field 3 years ago I've been paranoid of everything and I'm sure the menopause is helping. Its so bad I find it hard to enjoy my life anymore. I could be half nuts for sure! I will talk to my doc, she really is sweet I just feel like I can't take anything right about now. Thanks so much again!!!!!!!!!!!!View Thread
Hi, I'm not sure I'm totally into Menapause just yet, but I have this pounding in my heart for at least an hour before I get to sleep at night. It's worse when I lay down?? Does anyone have a symptom like this??? Thanks so much!!!!View Thread
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