I'm not sure what to even ask, I'm 35yrs old and feel like I'm losing my mind! I've already been dealing with this for almost a year and it just seems to get worse. I feel like I'm in a constant hot flash, once in a while I'm just freezing! My ears ring constantly, I cant sleep, i feel bloated n super moody, like I'm PMSing all the time, and thats not even the half of it! Ugh! Always tired n just wanna cry! What is happening to me?! I have tlkd to my gyno and my family doc and they both confirmed I've started menopause but neither have told me what to expect or do except not to go off my bcp. I feel so lost! I need any advice i can get. My stepson has been gone for 2 mos visiting his mom but will b back next wk, was hoping to have something figured out bfor he got home so i wouldnt feel so crazy, it hasnt happened! I don't want to have this affect him. He's only 10. My job is a server in a restaurant but its getting harder every day since I'm always distracted and moody. Not great for the tip aspect! Please help! Also, trying to quit smoking. Maybe not the best time? I want to pull my hair out! Have to wrk in the morn but once again, still awake at 4am.View Thread
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