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Posted by: 25 year old | 2010/02/22

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My daughter has very bad mood swings...she is all happy one minute and one thing can happen to upset her and she litterally freaks out completely...black and white...put her on vitamin b and omega 3 ...not sure why this is happening...please help..daughter is 15years old. Could she be hiding that she has been sexually active in some way?

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Dear 25 year old
There are many causes why a teenager would have moodswings, the most common being that she is just a normal teenager! They have changing hormone levels than influence their day to day emotions and sometimes you feel as if you are riding a rollercoaster with them! So how do you know when it is "normal"? Ask yourself: is she eating and sleeping well,generally healthy and is her school work going well, does she have friends and a social life and does she talk with you about what is happening in her life? Do you get positive feedback from other people about her behaviour (teachers/family etc). If not, there may be a problem like depression and you could take her to a psycologist for evaluation.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2010/02/22

Dear 25 year old
There are many causes why a teenager would have moodswings, the most common being that she is just a normal teenager! They have changing hormone levels than influence their day to day emotions and sometimes you feel as if you are riding a rollercoaster with them! So how do you know when it is "normal"? Ask yourself: is she eating and sleeping well,generally healthy and is her school work going well, does she have friends and a social life and does she talk with you about what is happening in her life? Do you get positive feedback from other people about her behaviour (teachers/family etc). If not, there may be a problem like depression and you could take her to a psycologist for evaluation.
Dr Bets

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