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I feel very bad about myself

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I am an IMG, studyng for step 2 CS, i already passed my step 1 and ck but I feel like I am a very stupid person, I don't know if I will be able to pass this one. I got pregnant and lost the baby last month,and my partner, has been texting w/ his ex girlfriend of years, and I think he still loves her, although he has behaved very good with me I feel very very stupid, I dont know what to think or do anymore. I got involved with a wrong person, who is actually my support now for these 2 years since I came to the states to study for the steps. I feel very bad about myself


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replied June 12th, 2014
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Thank you for asking!
Such a charming profession of a doctor and such a valuable degree , you should be happy about it, The mood swings are basically due to the postpartum psychosis and relationship issues with your partner.That needs a psychiatric rehab. Rest assured it is pregnancy hormones and it is quite a lot of burden. Hang in there.soon you will be a good MD licensed doctor and be answering and helping patients. It is a phase and it passess. Get a psychiatric rehab for support.
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