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Unable to control tears after childbirth. Help - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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Doctor:Dr. XXXXXXX here
Doctor:How can I help you?
Doctor:Proceed with your query XXXXXXX
User:I cry very easily. This leads to a lot of embarrassment socially
User:This has become really out of control since the time I've had my baby
User:Most of the time it's very embarrassing for me as I am unable to control my tears
User:How do control this?
User:Correction- how do i control this?
Doctor:Let me explain.
Doctor:Crying is a natural phenomena. Various neurological and hormonal factors play a role in the development of tears.
Doctor:It is common among women as a result of female hormone estrogen, and you are not the only women with this problem.
Doctor:It is not related to any serious medical condition.
Doctor:However if you are having social difficulties with this problem, the only treatment option
Doctor:is to try counselling and behavioural therapist / psychiatrist.
Doctor:A few sessions will train your body and neuro/hormonal factors
Doctor:how to handle various emotional state.
User:Do I have to go and psychically XXXXXXX the doctor?
Doctor:This is going to be a gradual process and a quick cure is not possible.
Doctor:A personal face to face consultation is more benefits than online consultation, however
Doctor:if personal appointment is difficult
Doctor:you can try online consultation.
Doctor:I believe you might be able to have a telephonic consultation with a counselor on XXXXXXX
Doctor:If you wish, I shall place a request for you.
User:I would prefer online consultation as I know a face to face session would again cause me to shed tears
Doctor:I understand your problem, but as I mentioned earlier
Doctor:there is no quick fix.
Doctor:you will slowly able to get over it with some repeated sessions.
Doctor:And I would personally recommend face to face meeting, if you are convinced.
Doctor:I shall anyway place a request to initiate the process.
Doctor:If you find it not very useful, you can always switch to face to face consultation.
Doctor:Hope that is fine?
User:I would first try and talk on the phone
Doctor:May I know your contact number, so that the customer team can get back to you and
Doctor:fix the telephonic discussion with the expert.
Doctor:Thank you.
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:Ya... Are red moles dangerous?
Doctor:Moles are usually benign condition and are harmless;
Doctor:unless you find changes in it.
Doctor:If the mole is growing in size or shape.
User:It has grown and is very itchy at times
Doctor:or if there is change in the appearance, texture and so on.
Doctor:it needs to be assessed with a biopsy.
Doctor:If there is growth in the size/shape, it needs medical attention.
Doctor:The changes could be related to infection or transformation.
User:I'll get it checked
Doctor:A biopsy will confirm that.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Is there any other query?
User:I'll get the mole checked and I have no other query. Thanks
Doctor:You are welcome.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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