I was wondering 2 weeks before my period I get in moods where i almost feel depressed. I just want to **** my self in my room. I go to work and do other things in my life, but inside i feel worthless. I don't tell anyone. I just keep it inside. I have other effects like back pains, so I am not sure if its just bad PMS or depression?
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