Mood changes can refer to a various conditions affecting a person's emotional state, which include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other mental health conditions.


Symptoms of mood changes can vary depending on the specific condition. However, common symptoms can include feelings of sadness, hopelessness, anxiety, irritability, and difficulty sleeping.


Treatment for mood changes will depend on the underlying cause. In some cases, lifestyle changes such as increasing physical activity and practicing stress-reduction techniques can help to improve mood. Other treatment options may include therapy, medication, or a combination of both.


Some of the risks associated with mood changes include relationship issues, decreased quality of life, and an increased risk of suicide.

Routine Checkups

It is recommended to have regular checkups with your gynaecologist if you experience ongoing mood changes, which can help identify any underlying conditions and ensure that you receive appropriate treatment. Additionally, it is important to seek emergency medical care if you experience any thoughts of self-harm or suicide.