You need to see an endocrinologist. Your chemistry is thoroughly messed up. There are other forms of birth control that don't affect bodily function. When you feel better try one of those.
Ok I have made an appointment with one in my area but it is still three weeks away! Also, I feel like all he doctors think I'm crazy when I describe them my situation. I'm emberassed to go to be honest...
Don't let a doctor intimidate you. You know best what your problems are. Stick to your guns. And if they try that anxiety or stress nonsense, don't fall for it. Illness is illness, even if they cannot diagnose it.
Estrogens are our hairs friend. Did the doctor told you about this? Estrogen deficiency causes hair loss.
I had no idea. That makes perfect sense since the birth control i was on was really high in estrogen. I guess the sudden drop of estrogen caused my hair loss to begin. What do you suggest i do? Is there any supplements i can take to help restore my estrogen levels? I I currently changed my OBGYN and she ran a bunch of test and told me everything was normal which really disappointed me. I bought this product called myomin and it's been helping with the hairloss a lot. I've only been on it for a week but I can see the progress. Myomin is supposed to help balance out your hormones. Anyway, I hope you can give me some good tips!
Have your diet balanced-
Your diet must contain a desired amount of vegetables, fruits, dairy, whole meal cereals as well as a small amount of meat. Additionally, certain foods are well-known to increase estrogen level in your body. Soy and other soy products are a best example of those foods and you need to include them in your diet plan.