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I'm here at work, and I have to be the biggest hormonal mess. It's been about a month since our loss, so I'm sure my cycle is trying to get back on track, but I haven't gotten it yet. It feels like the worst PMS every. I was pissed off first thing when I got up this morning, because my DH was being lazy. I came to work. Then I got sad and started crying at my desk. I had to take a 30 minute break. Then I went back to being pissed off. What's up with these mood swings? I'm trying to function.
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Oh yeah I am big for these ever since we lost Roald. I usually don't get angry...I get easily annoyed and irritated but I hold that in. And I have big crying fits. I'm sure having to work outside the home makes it even worse.
I went back to work one week after having Ethan because I work for my family and they thought work would be good for me. I just sat in my office crying everyday for at least four weeks. I got my period maybe 6 weeks after I had him and I have never had PMS like that, not before and luckily not since. Hang in there, it gets better
There's just too many emotions that come along with losing a baby. I took about 4 or 5 weeks off after Katrina was born and I thought going back to work would help occupy me, but I was an absolute mess. I was hiding in the washroom all the time just sobbing. Then I would get completely pissed off if someone said something that I didn't agree with. It's a roller coaster, that's for sure.