Our expert says:
Well, Tess, you seem to be describing a cyclical shift in mood, including extreme irritability, very like PMS, and of course PMS depends on the hormones which your intact overaries are presumably still producing, and not on the womb removed in a hysterectomy. And the recurrent skin problems, etc., also sound like that.
This is complex way beyond what even an above average GP is likely to handle ideally. I think you'd do best to see a good local Psychiatrist ( GP should be able to recommend the best in this sort of problem ) for a full re-assessment of the situation, psychological and physical / hormonal. There are other antidepressants, mood-stabilizers, and other hormonal possibilities ( it's unlikely that EVERY variety of the pill would produce migraine ) ;
It sounds as if the situation has been becoming unreasonably unstable and unpleasant for all of you, and this higher level of more expert re-assessment should be able to find a better way to get things back under control.
Have a good weekend ( if the wicked don'y get time of, well, in my experience, the good don't get much, either !
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