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Unread 05-06-2013, 09:49 PM
Emotional w/ovaries. Feel like a monster!

I had my surgery on 4/9 & in the last wk or so I've been horribly emotional. Picking fights with my husband, crying over everything & being incredibly sensitive to things that normally wouldnt bother me. Its even worse because my husband doesnt understand this & instead of letting it go he yells back at me & our fights get pretty wicked. I dont know what to do or how to even talk to him about this. I feel like I'm single handedly tearing my marriage apart. Oh & lets not forget that I seem to be the opposite of most on here & I'm craving sex. I find myself more turned on than I ever was. What do I do?! This is driving me insane! One more thing...does anyone else have an issue with excessive sweating? I find myself really stinky. More than normal. I've never needed more than one application a day. Now I'm at like 3.
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Unread 05-07-2013, 03:44 AM
Re: Emotional w/ovaries. Feel like a monster!

Hi Darkangel87, I can empathize with what you are going through. I was crazy moody after my surgery. I stayed on edge until I got my estrogen normalized a little. I also had an increased libido at the same time (talk about mixed signals!). I just sat down with DH and explained exactly how I felt, and fortunately it didn't last long. As for the sweating, I had that too for the first 6-8 weeks. in there. Things will likely get better as your body heals. If you still feel growly after a couple more weeks, you may want to talk to your doc about it.

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