When I was a teen, I saw a phyciatrist, and she diagnosed me with depression. But as a teen, you think life is just horrible, until things DO get rough. Over the past year we've had financal problems, marriage problems, Ive gained a whole lotta weight (well, so it feels liek a whole lot at times.. Ive always been around 130, and now im at 170. So I feel huge) Also, my son is 2 1/2, and the terrible twos have definately hit. I was diagnosed with PCOS, & Ive been going through all kinds of tests & procedures to try to start my cycle (which I havent had for over 2 years.) & Ive also been feeling down, because I didnt finish school, I planned to start back after my son started pre-school. So, I feel very dependant on my husband. Anyways, A LOT has happened. And its not all the time, but most the time I feel soo down about anything. I cry a lot. Over stupid stuff, like commercials. I dont feel as bad as I have been in the past, its starting to get better, But I still feel a lot worse than I did as a teen. Should I talk to a doctor? What kind of doctor, and we dont have money. Thats my main concern, would medical card pay for it all? Any advice would be appreciatedAnswer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 12:56 AM on Feb. 19, 2011 in Health
Answer by Razelda at 12:58 AM on Feb. 19, 2011
I think if you talk to your regular doctor your medical card should pay for it ,and he could point you to someone that can help ,Thats what I did and he was very helpful.
Answer by Stormy7 at 1:01 AM on Feb. 19, 2011
Answer by elenalee at 10:33 AM on Feb. 19, 2011
Answer by Mommyto2LilMen at 2:28 PM on Feb. 19, 2011
Answer by rkoloms at 3:40 PM on Feb. 19, 2011