I am going to be calling my doctor in the morning about all of this. I went to the OB today because they found out I have endometriosis. I'm a recent graduate so I have all the stress on me to find a job. I completely understand that. However at night I can't get my brain to shut off, I'm constantly worrying about things I can't control, I feel nauseous throughout the day due to worrying, and I cry at the drop of a hat . I feel like I breakdown any minute. Every time I bring this up with my family they just tell me that I need to calm down and think positive. I have tried, but it's so hard to think positive when you can't get a moment in to try to think positive. I'm constantly tired because I can't sleep through the night because of this. My mother brought up to the doctor that I've been having mood swings. I need to know if this is anxiety or just normal. I'm not a big fan of being put on medicine, but I feel like there is nothing else that can help me. I don't want to call the doctor and her act like it's no big deal like she did today at my appointment. Please help, any advice or certain things I should ask the doctor?
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