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Q. I cry even on little things and loud voice. How can this be treated?

Answered by
Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Jun 15, 2018

Hello doctor,

I cry a lot even on little things on little words, loud voice tears come into my eyes too much. I face worst days of my life. I was happy suddenly everyone at home turns their behavior bad. I am little one of my siblings and my age is 22 years. From my childhood, everyone says I will cry and I start crying. Then I grew up. Now one at home scold me but then I fell in love, they disrespected me and they stopped my education and whom I love was not able to marry as his education is not complete he did not have any job. He was also very aggressive I needed love, care, attention but he fought with me to leave my friends five years. All this continues then now I gave up on him because I cannot bear my family worst behavior with me. He has his job now, he is little changed. He is loving me, we were planning how to make agree both of families for our wedding but yesterday he again talked about that days I broke up with him. But since childhood and these put bad memories in my mind so even on little things tears come into my eyes and everyone got fed up because of the tears. I want treatment of this, please.

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Hello,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

Repetitive crying spells, mood swings, etc., could be due to some mood disturbance or this could be due to depression. This can be occurring due to some hormonal issue. All these should be evaluated properly. If you have low mood, lack of interest in anything, poor energy, fatigue, tiredness, etc., symptoms then these symptoms are occurring due to depression. Please visit a psychiatrist for opinion and treatment. Take care.

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