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Also, frequently people confuse pvc's with the natural way your heart speeds up and slows down while taking a breath.. Its pretty much impossible to know if you're having pvc's, and how many, unless you're hooked up to a monitor.
After my son died 2 years ago my doctor added Seroquel to add to my antidepressants sertraline and imipramine. . I never took Seraquel during the day because it put me to sleep while I was driving and I drove off the road. Another time I fell asleep sitting up while my son's doctor was talking to me. Mortifying. It did help me sleep with no nightmares and I got up feeling great. It is very expensive. First, Is Seraquel addicting? I started taking it only at night.
ONE important thing to remember that I learned, and have never forgotten is that these two effects CANNOT exist without anxiety.....but that anxiety can exist without these sensations. Derealization is basically a change, an alteration in the PERCEPTION or experience of the external world....in other words...everything LOOKS very strange, very "unreal" (movie like, in my experiences). Depersonalization is a subjective experience of unreality of one's self. So the difference is...
Unfortunately, I still have to wait to start treatment because of other health issues that need to be resolved (broken tooth, digestive problems). But, now knowing that my insurance will cover some of the cost has given me much more hope.
I'm now tapering off zoloft and switching to Keppra (for seizures.) Not sure if I'm feeling much relief yet!! (Been a few weeks into this) How come I was into the docs over the years w/diarrhea complaints and none of the docs ever told me Zoloft was one of the worst SSRIs for causing d.??? Also in last couple years having problems w/insomnia...Docs never told me about that side effect either!!! Just gave me Ambien!! I want my bowel back to normal!! Help...
Hello Sam, I have tears in my eyes as I read your latest message. There is so much it!!! How much of it can one take? How much of it can you take? It is sooooo not fair nice people like yourself have to suffer so much. I am not sure I can suggest anything at the moment or helop you in any way but I honestly sincerely feel for you and your family. I have no idea how one gets over or through all you are currently suffering. Without any diagnosis it is hard to ask for any help I guess.
This was the best decision I ever made and worth the cost (since it wasn't covered by insurance). I found out through time with her that most of my mood swings were being caused by food allergies, which led me to the question "can I get off of my prescription medications?" The answer was at that time was to fix one thing at a time and THEN begin weaning off the Effexor.
I have had bouts of flu type feelings and I feel very tired and worn out. Basically I feel like **** and I dont have the flu. My question is, How long does it take to get Zoloft out of your system? I know your never to stop taking SSRI meds abruptly but when you follow a good tapering schedule and you still deal with wwithdrawal symptoms that's enough to tick a person off. My doctor wants me to start Lexapro but he wants me to wait until Zoloft is completely washed from my system.
Thank you soo much for your information. it gives me hope that i will get over this.. my anxiety started due to ceasing the contraceptive pill combined with a hell of a lot of stress.. its been 3 months since it started and im still in the stages of getting better. i have come a long way from what i was but still getting the tension in shoulders, neck head and blurry eyes.. (have just been given glasses to wear for this to help ease the headaches).
And you won't believe how much better you feel. This experience has also given me the guts to stop smoking. For a good treatment of addictive behavior, try Allen Carr's books -some of them are even at the library. Good luck to everyone!
Thank you so much for your personal response and empathy. I have had it for TEN years and feel hopeless that it will ever go away. Been to countless dermatologists and tried all kinds of expensive prescription creams, steroid creams, and regular OTC itch remedies--NOTHING has worked. I also tried acupuncture, chiropractic work, and diet changes.
I knew it was falling out, but didn't pay much attention to how much it was. If you want to send me an e-mail, that would be fine. It would be easier to talk. ***@**** Have a nice weekend!
Has anyone gotten over this with time?? How long does it take to feel normal again?? I would appreciate any feed back and support.
Thank you! If I could pay each of you, I would. Who knows how much you've all saved me in a fruitless pursuit of a magical cure! I'm a 49 yr old male and first experienced this terrifying attack when I was 39. I thought I was dying. I stopped smoking immediately, started eating healthy and exercising regularly. After a few months, it went away and I thought I was free of the affliction.
i feel pulses all over my body, in my fingertips and toes, front and back of my kegs, thighs, arms, neck, back, its very worrying, my mum and dad think im overexagerrating things and dont think anythings wrong. any help?
5) What does this thought do to your life, how does it make you feel? Makes you realise the extent to which this thought makes your life a misery. 6) What would your life be like if you could let go of this thought? This question allows you to imagine a life without OCD, it lets you easily see the difference between the answer to this question as opposed to the answer to the previous question. Lets you clearly weigh up the options, keep this thought? or let go of OCD?
LIke many of you, I am close to having my period and this did occur within a day after having rough sex without much lubrication. The pain is mostly only present when I touch it or wipe, it has been accompained by some itching and a burning sensation when urine hits it. In the past I have had a itchy fissure around my anus, as well as a tear on my clitoris.
There are some times for a couple of hours during the day that the symptoms may lift and give me a few moments to live- but not much. I have been to about 30 doctors- including ENT's allergists, neurologists, chiropracters, opthamologists. psychologists, dentists and everything else u can think of. All CT scans, MRI of brain and blood work keep coming back clean and ok. Nothing I try seems to work.
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