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Why am I so angry? I'm only 9 weeks pregnant

I'm 9weeks pregnant and I just feel so angry all the time. Everyone drives me crazy. I just want to kick them in the head. It scares me. some of the things that goes on in my head. I have to stop myself from saying it out loud. This is my 2nd pregnancy and the 1st was noting like this. Untill two weeks after giving birth to my son I got ppd.
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1661682 tn?1313138996
im the same im 9 weeks pregnant and the slightest thing makes me angry. it just the hormones. my 1st pregnancy was nothing like this i didnt have any syntoms at all on my 1st pregnancy but thins oce has been a nightmare and im only 10 weeks lol
1640871 tn?1321677346
Yes I am the same,  Scares me, everything irritates me :-(
202436 tn?1326477933
Most likely it's due to hormones.  If you are prone to depression or anxiety these can be exacerbated by pregnancy.  I would definately speak with your physicians (all of you) about ways to control these feelings.  Hormones are going to get even crazier as your pregnancy progresses.  Your doctor may or may not suggest medications to help.  Sometimes when we get to feeling this way during pregnancy the benefits to our babies (and those around us) of taking medication far outweigh the risks.  

For all three of you I would call your ob's or midwives or whatever and make an appt to speak with them about this if you don't have an appt soon already,.

Good luck!
1507909 tn?1313637404
Its your hormones because i felt the same way at the beginning of my pregnancy i was just full of angry for no apparent reason i actually almost got fist fighting at one time but i just had to calm myself down because at that point no one could calm me down i blame it on my hormones but it will past i promise :)
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