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I am with you, because I couldn't imagine dealing with all the drugs they have to deal with. I have heard now the recreational drug of choice at teen partys is meth. Can you even imagine? I am so mad about the stuff on television. I believe that I told you ladies that I won't ever eat at Hardee's again because of the stuff they show on their commericals. I am trying to raise little ladies that respect their bodies and minds, and the commericals on tv alone are too much.
But don't be a martyr if things do turn down. Back to dealing with those feelings, the way treatment works, Lori, is that meds relieve the worst of the symptoms to enable us to undertake talk therapy which is truly the only way to resolve issues and fears etc. You do that while your mood is as high as you can achieve on meds simply because you are more rational and able to think clearly. As well as absorb whatever it is you uncover or learn.
Well after the operation I thought I'd better cut down as constipation was real bad issue, up to 45mins to pass what seemed like an Elephant, I even ruptured a nose blood vessel with the straining at one time, and as a friend who had had the same operation was off painkillers after 3 weeks I thought now's the time. ( 05/12/07 ) So taking the bull by the horns I cut down to 40mg 2x a day, and never expected what happens next.
My coworker asked me if I wanted her to stop by my house with pain killers. Um. YES! But no. No no no. No. No. No. (sigh) No painkillers. I want my life back. There was a full second where I wanted to say YES!!! Not a split second. A complete second. It might been two full seconds, maybe three? ...Which was new for me. A craving? More like; It would be so nice to stop the fight. But we all know what A LIE drugs are. The offer of pain all over your body and esp in your belly going away!?
I stayed on these up until my knee replacement last month, to when he discharged me with Oxycotin. I am now finishing with part of my therapy, and am trying to wein myself from the pain meds. I've been taken to the ER twice thinking I was having heart attacks, been having shortness of breathe, chest pains, headaches, anxiety attacks, vomiting. I was diagnosed as starting withdrawl, and prescribed Ativan.
At the time I met with the gastro doctor, was asked if I had blood in stool and I hadn't then. I spoke with someone in his office yesterday and told her about the blood and she said, oh that's not natural.......scared me to death as I had a friend who died of colon cancer six years ago... Don't have a history of it in family, but keep feeling gassy all day and eat healthy and trying not to drink coffee.....which is my only vice.
I just hope that since it will be pretty early, it's sent to the lab early and that I have an idea of what I'm dealing with by Wednesday. Also the burning pain I feel is mostly in the right breast but also in the left as well, so I'm thinking that makes sense. It's a little more painful on the right though. Anyway, I will keep you posted and probably check in again tomorrow just to let you know how it goes. Thanks so much to both of you (Montana girl included) for responding.
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