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post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 
Anyone else feeling like they're PMSing?

My behavior is thus far pretty good, though my patience is nil. The most annoying thing is my mood swings. Today I was depressed for no reason, I go on long rants, etc. etc. Plus I'm like reliving parts of my childhood which is SO not healthy right now.

Please tell me I'm not the only one who feels like they're PMSing?
post #2 of 16
YES!! I was just asking my sister earlier why the heck I feel like I have PMS! I am moody and having more hot flashes than usual. I haven't felt like this since last september!! You are not alone mama. I hope you are able to overcome the issues with your childhood through this awful wave of hormones! Flashbacks and hotflashes, not a happy mix here!!
post #3 of 16
I was just posting on another thread about how I was grumpy yesterday and my whole body and emotions felt exactly like when I am PMSing. Just totally moody but can't exactly place a finger on why exactly...headaches...just want to be left alone. Ugh. I hope this is some sort of sign that labor is approaching...
post #4 of 16
Yep, and I remember getting this way near the end with my dd. I vacillate between, "wow, I feel pretty darn good" to "why is the fact that the mail is sitting all over the coutner making me cry?" It just seems to mean that the hormones are beginning to change for me.
post #5 of 16
Oh yeah - that's definitely me. I'd like to think it's a sign of labor approaching as well, but I'm not due until late June, so I'm not as hopeful for that...
post #6 of 16
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Originally Posted by BethandLC View Post
I vacillate between, "wow, I feel pretty darn good" to "why is the fact that the mail is sitting all over the coutner making me cry?"
That is SOOOO me right now! I'm one of those people who makes piles of papers and random things all over my house and yesterday the clutter DID make me cry...I was so moody and didn't know what to do with myself... I'm crampy, moody, and want others to take charge and figure out what I should do for the day... I cannot STAND feeling this way! The only thing that has helped has been meditation, which is mandatory daily "homework" from my childbirth class--yesterday I did a 30-minute body scan mid-day and I felt as if I'd just received an hour and a half massage-- so I suggest meditating if you can, to get past these icky feelings..
post #7 of 16
Yeah, pretty much. Except I feel more like how I did on hormonal birth control, like I am really losing it. I kind of just want to lock myself in my room until this baby comes.
post #8 of 16
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Originally Posted by sarahwg View Post
I was just posting on another thread about how I was grumpy yesterday and my whole body and emotions felt exactly like when I am PMSing. Just totally moody but can't exactly place a finger on why exactly...headaches...just want to be left alone. Ugh. I hope this is some sort of sign that labor is approaching...
That is EXACTLY how I felt the day before I went into labor with my DD! Hopefully it's a sign for some of you as well!
post #9 of 16
Not so much grouchy but tired and no patience and definitely hot flashes. Hope it does mean baby is coming soon!
post #10 of 16

Yes. I got my hair cut last night, and I can't stop crying about it!

I hate it. It is so ugly. It was sort of long, and I only wanted a trim, but now it is short. There is nothing I can do about it. She used some thinning shear clipper things that curve it around my face and make the bottom layer super thin and UGLY. I have silver hair coming in and it looked fine before, but she managed to make it REALLY stand out, bc of all the horrible layers she put in.
I can't tuck it behind my ear, so I see it out of the corner of my eye constantly.

I feel ugly and want to rip it out!

Does that sound like PMS? :

Andee (I haven't cried about my hair since I was a kid)
post #11 of 16
YES! I have been on the verge of tears all day for the most absurd reasons ever, like a lightbulb in my bedroom burned out and we don't have any replacements.
post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by rivkah View Post
YES! I have been on the verge of tears all day for the most absurd reasons ever, like a lightbulb in my bedroom burned out and we don't have any replacements.
Sorry, but that really made me LOL! But I've had those days so I actually understand too.
post #13 of 16
Like I said in the other thread, my husband and kids are scared, very scared right now.
post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by BethandLC View Post
Yep, and I remember getting this way near the end with my dd. I vacillate between, "wow, I feel pretty darn good" to "why is the fact that the mail is sitting all over the coutner making me cry?" It just seems to mean that the hormones are beginning to change for me.
Ahhhh, this is me! I'll be fine and patient and pretty sure I could wait another few weeks for her if need be. And then next I am sobbing in my bathtub. I don't usually get really bad pms, so it kinda makes me feel like a teenager again.
post #15 of 16
Thread Starter 
Onelove, bad haircuts are the worst. I cried about one about 18 months ago when my DH chopped off 4 inches (which in curly hair turns into 6) instead of the 1 I asked. I totally baby my hair a lot.

I don't know what your style is, but there's always headbands and bandanas to get your hair out of your face without the ponytail. Kinda like this:

http://photos-a.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-...87568_6260.jpg

(I'm the one in the middle)
post #16 of 16
Yes, for the first time today, yes! And I do have terrible PMS usually. I'm just tired and achy, headache off and on since last night. My son is driving me up the wall and I swear if he so much as TOUCHES me again today I'm gonna scream. Actually, I already did scream at him. Well, snap at him anyway. His "but WHY?" and "NO it isn't" are infuriating to me. Not much better with DH either and he's being a total sweetheart. Just his facial expressions at dinner were driving me crazy. I just wanted him to stop talking. To be there, but be quiet

And the dogs. Don't get me started on the dogs. They spent the afternoon crated in the CAR because I could not stand the woofing, or the nails clicking on the floor as they follow me from room to room, or them being underfoot as I prepared freezer meals in the kitchen.

So yea, major PMS symptoms here. If I were not just 37 weeks I'd be hoping this is a sign of something. But I'm not. :
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