I am new to this so I will let you know my situation. I have 2 boys, one is 7 and 1 is 9 months. My husband helps out and I live close to family so that part is pretty good. However, I am not myself at all since my son has been born. We have bonded and he is a really good baby no colic or any other medical problems. But I am stresses all the time, I dont want to go any where with the kids cause I am afraid I will get overwhelmed with them and panic. I usually am a very strong independent person and I am not use to not being able to do what ever I want. I scream at my poor husband cause I feel like he doesn't help me enough even though he helps just like he always has. I have a short fuse for alot of noise like the tv or radio being on and then people talking at the same time, I can't be in crowd cause it stresses me out too . I have little panic attacks and I sometimes cry but only after I have blown up at my husband. I don't want to do that to him or anyone else. But it's like I only have patience enough for my youngest son and a little for my oldest and none for anyone else. I took lexapro and it didnt help like I thought it should and now I have been on Cymbalta 30 mg but it doesnt work at all. Any ideas for a differnt med. or something I can that helped you like walks, etc. I will try anything to start feeling like myself again.
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