I called my doctor about me feeling so bad mentally and emotionally, being depressed this past week. I asked him if my effexor was not absorbing in my system. He called my surgeon, nd the surgeon told him that its normal for me to feel this way because of my body adjusting after the surgery. Also horomones are playing a part in it too. My doctor told me all this information. Alot of you was right about it. Also, my doctor told me to start back up some of my hobbies to keep me busy. So Charlene, you was right about that too. So thank you all for your support and advice.
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