i had postpartum depression after the birth of my second child 26 years and since then i got very depressed before my period for about a week i just couldn't stop crying. now that i am perimenopausal the depression is worse than ever and more frequent.my doctor put me on an antidepressant and it helps somewhat but there is still an underlying sadness i just don't seem to be able to shake. has anyone else experienced this and is there anything that helps.
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