I'm still having periods, so I know I'm not in menopause. But even they have changed somewhat.
I've been taking Prometrium for about a year now. Supposedly, that's supposed to prevent the uterine lining from thickening, so I shouldn't have periods. But I'm starting to have them monthly now (I've never been this regular - except when I was taking BCP). And it lasts about a day or so (I've had periods in the past that have lasted weeks - having it for a day is weird to me).
But I'm noticing that I'm weepy a lot more often these days.
I feel like crying right now - at everything. I was on Facebook a little while ago and almost started crying at a picture of a cat I saw. I got an email from a coworker and almost started crying at my desk. I feel like crying at the fact that menopause means my chances of having kids really is over. I feel like crying at just about everything today.
I can't keep feeling weepy all the time.
I'm already taking both Welbutrin and Pristiq. Surely those are supposed to keep this from happening. Why am I still weepy?