Hormones are fickle things. As we go through adolescence, experiencing all the changes that accompany puberty, our hormones seem to rage out of control, leaving us feeling unable to control mood swings, breakouts, and general turbulence. Though our hormone levels generally even out as we enter adulthood, many men and women do still experience hormonal imbalances that cause lingering sadness and anxiety; this type of imbalance is known as depression, and can be amplified by the struggles of infertility. There is a significant difference between clinical depression and a bad case of the blues. While both can arise from emotional.