I'm here because after years of feeling awful and not myself, I'm trying to do the research for my OWN health that doctors are missing. I know it's not clinical depression or anxiety, etc. I've taken two SSRIs in the past with no luck. In fact, I feel that they made things worse afterward. Time and time again, I've brought up to my health care providers the fact that I feel the best when I am pregnant. I feel normal. I have loads of energy. My mood is happy and stable. I lose weight (fat) and just gain baby. (I have had perfectly normal and healthy pregnancies. My son was carried 41 weeks and weighed 8 lbs. I carried twins to term with 5 & 6 lb. birth weights.) Right after delivery, I lose even more weight and feel AWESOME. Two weeks after giving birth to my twins, I was 26 lbs. lighter than before conception. I has never made sense to me and the only thing I could think of was what happens during pregnancy...an INCREASE in progesterone. I was certain before ever seeing progesterone research from Dr. Lee, etc. that I was among some small percentage of woman with this same condition. I had my gull bladder removed when I was 17. I remember the Dr. questioning if I had ever been pregnant, because at that age, it typically coincides with pregnancy. I told him no and I remember him doubting me (in front of my mother nonetheless). Also, the day before my (very irregular) menstrual cycle, I feel awesome and get a surge of energy. Why? A rise in progesterone is what I have read. I really feel like I have found the answer to my struggles and I'm looking forward to starting progesterone cream. I scored a 60 on the progesterone test as well. If anyone out there can relate to my symptoms, it would be such a breath of fresh air to hear from you. Thank you!