Help: Breast withering post chlamydia1. Main suffering
Sudden reduction in breast size, reduced 2 cup sizes over 3-4 months. This happened around 6 months back. breast now looks withered, shrunk.
Additional information: When i started taking contraceptive pills about 2 months back, my breast size increased to normal in 2 weeks. However, as soon as i stopped taking it, i went back to the shrunk/withered state.
The above symptom is accompanied by
- excessive facial hair (for last 12-16 months), needed laser hair removal to get rid of it
- dark circles around eyes, sking getting much darker on bum, knees
- offensive sweat (underarm)
- body look more toned in general
- dry skin (skin showed cracks despite drinking lot of water, i have controlled this now by giving up coffee/tea altogether)
All this was without any noticeable weight loss or change in diet or physical activity
2. Other physical sufferings
I was diagonised with Chlamydia 6 months back (went to the doctor because of sudden shap pains in the 2 sides of my stomach-abdomen area). Do not know how long i have been suffering from it. Have been successfully treated since then.
3. Mental state
a. i am single, living alone, far away from my parents because of work. almost everytime i sleep, i dream about something in my past - childhood, parents, boyfriend etc. get up feeling gulity of leaving them behind, being selfish
b. easiliy get worried over small things, other's opinion
4. Other information
female, 5'4', 55kg, indian origin, 27 age, single, working in managerial position in a big co (sedantary lifestyle)
- always feels warm
- hate hot weather, like to wrap up warm in cold weather instead
- Always used to have 5-6 days long periods; however since past 2 years, periods became lighter & shorter (2-3 days), from brownish red colour to reddish brown
- Eat 1-2 times a day; eat a lot when worried about something
- Love to eat milk products - yogurt, milk, cheese etc. Dislike hot greasy food. However, i digest all kinds of food really well.
d. Bowel Movement: OK, nothing noticeable. Used to be constipated at puberty, but have been fine since my 20s.
e. Any other history: Was anaemic at puberty/teenage. have been fine since my 20s.
antaraa2003 on 2009-05-04
♡ akshaymohl last decade
i went to the doctor who booked fsh, lh, testosterone tests for me. i will let you know the results when i get them.
antaraa2003 last decade
take 2-3drops in a spoonful of water.
will ask some questions-
>are u emotional and tears comes in ur eyes as soon as someone talks abt it..or while seeing any emotional scene..
>in menses-are u passing clots..
>tell me abt ur complexion also..
♡ priyanka sharma last decade
i am a very practical person in general, but any small, fight or argument brings tears to my eyes. i know i shouldnt cry but cant help it at that time.
menses have clots as well as normal blood.
complexion - apart from dark eye circles, facial complexion is even, no spots or pimples. i have medium complexion, neither pale not very dark.
i will take the comment of offensive sweat back. i suffered from it all my life. But as these strange symptoms started (breast withering, facial hair etc), my body odour started diminishing.
I will order sabal & try (can start taking medicines only after my hormonal tests due for next week)
Not sure if it is useful - but my doctor is suspecting PCOS. My familly has a history of diabetes, so it might be insulin resistance induced PCOS.
antaraa2003 last decade
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