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Feeling SUPER moody and pissed off!!

PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2017 9:48 am
by FrostDragon
Hi everyone
Sorry to post a bitch-fest as my first introduction but I had to vent and this seemed like the place! (Or at least a better place than my local grocery store or gym!;))

We decided at the end of January to start trying for a baby, and I promptly went off the pill. Well the stuff is out of my system but STILL no period. Regular moody lady PMS symptoms and ravenous appetite, but no blood. Makes it really hard to know my cycle and what the hell is going on inside of me.

I read that it can take awhile for the body to go back to normal after going off the pill, but well, to be frank I'm not 22 and don't have lots of time. (I'm not quite at the "cleaning the dust off my ovaries stage yet, but it is ever inching closer!)

Anyways, I'm just tired, emotional and ready to fly off the handle over anything!

Can anyone else relate?

Re: Feeling SUPER moody and pissed off!!

PostPosted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 4:08 pm
by Mari Mo04
I can relate to being moody. Currently in my 28th two week wait and have been so crabby and weepy. Feel like things will never happen and not sure what's been going on with my last four cycles! I'm going crazy and driving my DH that way too. I turn 35 this month and am definitely feeling the time crunch.

Maybe you'll be one of the lucky ladies that conceives without ever having an AF! Hope you can get things figured out soon and glad you were able to vent a bit.

Re: Feeling SUPER moody and pissed off!!

PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 8:24 am
by hannahdavid
I know it can be extremely difficult. I have been through this similar situation and I can relate to you. It gets so infuriating when you are unable to get pregnant after one cycle another. However, I think you should visit a doctor and consult him/her. I am sure they won't be anything serious but its always better to be careful. Consulting professionals becomes very necessary when dealing with such problems. Good luck to you. I hope everything goes well for you.

Re: Feeling SUPER moody and pissed off!!

PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2019 12:48 pm
by Caprice
It is okay to feel this way, honey. This is all quite common. I would suggest staying in contact with your doctor, though. The consultant always helps. I've had a lot of luck with them. Best of luck to you! I hope everything goes well for you. You can get through this.

Re: Feeling SUPER moody and pissed off!!

PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 11:39 am
by Xenia
Welcome to the forum! I'm so glad you decided to join. I know how tough the TTC can be. It can get to you, quite a bit. I'd suggest not being too hard on yourself. It's just a bad day, okay? You can get through it, I'm sure! Sending you lots of love and baby dust.

Re: Feeling SUPER moody and pissed off!!

PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 4:04 am
by mary_s
FrostDragon wrote:Hi everyone
Sorry to post a bitch-fest as my first introduction but I had to vent and this seemed like the place! (Or at least a better place than my local grocery store or gym!;))

We decided at the end of January to start trying for a baby, and I promptly went off the pill. Well the stuff is out of my system but STILL no period. Regular moody lady PMS symptoms and ravenous appetite, but no blood. Makes it really hard to know my cycle and what the hell is going on inside of me.

I read that it can take awhile for the body to go back to normal after going off the pill, but well, to be frank I'm not 22 and don't have lots of time. (I'm not quite at the "cleaning the dust off my ovaries stage yet, but it is ever inching closer!)

Anyways, I'm just tired, emotional and ready to fly off the handle over anything!

Can anyone else relate?


I have similar problems, I always got PMS but now - since I'm ttc - it's much worse, I have a dull headache for about 2 and a half weeks, strange cramps, shattered all the time, mood swings and weepy at random times of the month. Quite ironic - now I'm 35 and the pms is killing me and making me really down.
But seriously, you'd better visit your obgyn. Maybe she/he could help you understand what's going on.
Best of luck, and I'm sending you virtual hugs!

Re: Feeling SUPER moody and pissed off!!

PostPosted: Wed Apr 17, 2019 12:02 pm
by hannahdavid
I can understand how you might be feeling. However, just know that too much stress is not good for you. Just stay calm and positve. I hope things work out for you. Make sure that your diet is full of nutrients and not junk. Other than this visit a good doctor. Ask them to help you out as well. Sending baby dust your way.