Our expert says:
I'm pleased to hear your new GP seems to be embarked on getting to the bottom of your problems. A thyroid that is underperforming ( hypothyroidism, it'll be called if you want to look it up ) can cause depression, and tiredness and lethargy, and this is very well recognized.
From the sound of it you are working, and carrying the entire burden of parenthood and the home chores - what on earth does His Majesty do to show what a wonderful father and husband he is ?
Why doesn't HE prepare the formula and show you hopw its done ? And feed and burp the kids ? Then he'd know it was all done perfectly, and might then wonder why there still could be some problems and throwings up ?
He sounds, frankly, like a piggish, selfish, self-centred slob with a severely inflated opinion of himself. Slavery was abolished in the law a long long time ago, and in this modern world, wives are not chattels and are not supposed to serve and jump to attention for the boss.
Have you discussed this, perhaps, with his mother ? Is this how he was brought up to treat all women ? Can she help to remind him of his own duties as father and husband, and that you are a wife, and not a servant ?
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