Mood swings: An extreme or rapid change in mood
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Honestly I will never take this pill ever again. I wish I could say I only felt drowsy . At first I did and then I started getting these really sad and depressive thoughts and I know it's the pill because I had a great day. I start crying for no reason . My boyfriend asked me what was wrong and I said I don't know. It's so weird . I guess I had a bad reaction.
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Hi. My name is Christy. My husband has diabetes type 2 and was recently put on janumet. He is NOT the same person. He is usually VERY fun loving, positive, a family jokester and just never gets mad or blows up for minor things. I noticed his personality seemed so different a couple of days after starting this medicine. I've tried twice to ask him if he noticed it too and he gets angry. I looked up the corelation between the two and sure enough there is one. I know that he won't want to hear it since he's in denial about it. So I'm joining this group for support on how to deal. I'm so frustrated! Any advice please?
I took Plan B one step 5 and ago and for the last 4 days I've felt terrible emotionally. I'm grateful that I don't have any physical symptoms but at the same time I'm really upset and want his to be over soon. I don't want to tell my friends I took the medication so I feel pretty alone.
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