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Avatar n tn hey gwh, i have taken prosac for depression , with great results. i had depression so bad it was scary. so my wife made take some of her prosac. i took it for a month and it took it all away. so i went to see my doc and he gave me a script.
Avatar f tn I felt heartbroken for her and I tried to comfort her the best I could Eventually I made her happy again Due to that she suffered from sever depression she was never really happy at all But until she met me and we started going out she absolutely adores me and loves to spend all her time with me The problem is...
Avatar m tn Hi All, Im 26 staying in Minneapolis. 4 weeks ago I had visited a strip club here (a thing which I will regret for the rest of my life). I had a private dance and she was grinding on me with her panties on, but it was very hard. She kissed on my neck, I too on her where there was no bruises. Also I put my lips (not sucked) on her nipples. Her hair went inside my mouth for a brief second. The thing Im worried that after the grinding I ejaculated in my pants. I had my underwear on.
Avatar n tn I ran the typical spiral compounded by depression which resulting in an 8ball every few days at the end. Towards the end, I developed "scabs" in my nose and eventually blew out the cartilage? that separates my nostrils. Everything has healed now but I'm left with a hole that I can actually transverse from one nostril to the other with my pinky if I dig deep enough. Yes, this is gross but I had to know. I have two questions. 1) Will this lead to any issues as I age?
Avatar n tn using an anti-depressant is not breaking down. call the dr before making any dosage changes. and ask them about a good time to take it. me, i take it at 5 am with the ribavirin.
Avatar n tn Here are a few sites to help you learn more... the last one is a site for Clinical Trials. http://www.hepatitisdoctor.com/Why%20treat%20cirrhosis.html http://www.natap.org http://www.janis7hepc.com/index.htm http://cpmcnet.columbia.edu/dept/gi/cirrhosis.html http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/cirrhosis http://www.centerwatch.com/patient/studies/cat79.html Best to you, keep ck'ing back here for input from others...
Avatar f tn Have you tried taking medications like prozac/zoloft/etc -- there about 20 medications in this class now. One of them may help your symptoms and I think is probably the best place to start looking now. I assume there is no evidence that your blood pressure drops when you stand? I hope this helps. Thanks for posting.
29837 tn?1414538248 Well, I wouldn't be surprised if bread will soon be a risk, or strawberries. The doctor and I follow closely the results of my quarterly ultrasounds and go by that as a rule. Keep in mind, I take three puffs through a vaporizer before I go to sleep. The amount of carcinogens is greatly reduced with a vaporizer. Like the rest of you who are serious about eradicating this problem, I'm not one to throw caution to the wind, but if it helps me deal with my problem, then so be it.
Avatar n tn if at sometime during treatment the dr stops the interferon/rebetrol for a week. would you do that week at the end?
Avatar n tn I already take so damn many pills with my HIV meds and the CoPeg. Anybody else use lifestyle changes to help combat depression?
283980 tn?1190843004 ha ha ha... wish i could help. if i knew the answer... trust me, i would let the world know. i wish i had some suggestions, something for you...
Avatar n tn The docs want to cover their asses, and might be reluctant to treat you if your depression was severe. I think that I would minimize the depression, unless you are unable to determine when too much is too much. Ask for an AD that you know works for you and see if it works for you. If not then be honest and stop treatment. As far as viral load determining how contagious you are... I have never read anything suggesting that there is any relationship.
Avatar n tn full of hope, try as i might i am not visualizing a "freaking blob on a chair". please help me out. pearse, 12 days off treatment. i was real tired until yesterday. today i feel pretty darn good. thanks for inquiring. and may i ask the same of you?
Avatar n tn first i would like to apologize to all that i am obviously offending by posting my concerned questions. i am asking these questions cause, i feel there are people out there that can help. i honestly didnt think it would offend and get on peoples nerves like it seems to be from my last post. yes i am an anxious person, even prior to the hepc thing and thats why i made an appointment to finnally deal with it, before finding out about the viral load.
Avatar n tn read a good book, go on a walk, get away from the computer. there is life, other than having hepatitis C. go to the mall, do something, anything.
Avatar f tn I have seen the top specialist in the country and I live in North Dakota, which means I have to fly a lot and I have another appointment in Minneapolis, MN next week. My question to all of you, that have been on long term narcotics, pain medications is wondering if anyone else out there has experienced lack of motivation, no drive in life, depression, and anxiety? I can't seem to ever get motivated to do anything or have the desire to do anything. Life is not fun anymore like it should be.
135691 tn?1271100723 it is kind of stong, but if I lower the dose and use it a few times a week, it will help me if needed. Testosterone will help with mental clarity, fatigue, mood, weight management, etc. Women need it. Ok. The Progesterone issue. I know you are going to have to tip toe a bit on this one. After all, you will be educating the doctor. So, you might want to start all of this with a comment such as, "Well, doctor, as you know (which obviously she doesn't.....grrrrrrr)".....
445263 tn?1208805016 I have been taking half of that dose (25mg, of course) for about a month now. I've noticed my depression lift exponentially; still experience some anxiety and anx attacks, though nothing I can't cognitively deal with. I have always been scared of taking any medication that changes my mood, of course (anxiety), and therefore haven't taken any of the meds prescribed at their prescribed dose. I have Klonopin 0.
304970 tn?1331429594 Remember if things get really tough talk to someone becasuse there is help for prenatal depression that is safe for both mother and baby. Let us know if you need to talk again.
Avatar n tn You hang in there, we are here for you on your 'bad' and good days, just get on here and yell for Help! We are Super-Heroes for each other....... I found that keeping 'feel good' food close by (snack pudding, jello, ginger snaps and crackers) helped on the days I didn't feel like eating or had the heavers.....just a bite or two actually helps! I said "yea rite" when I read this one day when I was having a BAD like you are, but I tried it and it did help.
Avatar n tn 3) SEX -- big one for me. When did your sex drive come back? 4) Depression - Do we still need to be on antidep's after tx? 5.) Was there any lingering physical conditions after taking tx? 6.) How was you liver/blood work did it go back to normal? 7.) At what point does your hair/skin go back to normal? 8.) Patience do you have more of that once tx is finished? Please list your your type and bx conditions.
148588 tn?1465782409 CAGLIARI, Sardinia — Pope Francis made one of his strongest attacks on the global economic system on Sunday, saying it could no longer be based on a "god called money" and urged the unemployed to fight for work. Francis, at the start of a day-long trip to the Sardinian capital, Cagliari, put aside his prepared text at a meeting with unemployed workers, including miners in hard hats who told him of their situation, and improvised for nearly 20 minutes. "I find suffering here ...
1674106 tn?1403383090 It helps the heart function better and maybe try and take up yoga and/or meditation or make it a point to try and do deep breathing as much as you can. Anything and everything that can help calm your heart and nervous system may help. And never give up the search. What you are experiencing isn't considered a threat but it is taxing on the heart and it is best you try and see if you can get it under control for the long term health of your heart.
1167245 tn?1353882100 I'm curious, because as I sit here trying not to itch my tattoo that is 3 treatments into being removed, I can't help but recall the weird circumstances in which I got it in the first place. At the time, it held such weighty and meaningful significance, but a week or two later, I couldn't even begin to describe that significance to anyone who asked, let alone myself.
Avatar f tn so please bare with me, I think the details are important to help better understand. Last month I went into the doc on 9/25/14 to surrender my struggle of chronic fatigue, sensitivity to pain, tension migraines, cold feet, puffy/stiff hands and chronic fatigue and wild food and late night sweet cravings.
Avatar f tn OR with the inflammation of the bladder, spleen, liver and the lung nodule with the joint aches, could this be more of an auto-immune Lupus thing (I read Lupus affects multi-organ issues including lung and bladder) I have other symptoms I thought were just incidental due to turning 40- but perhaps there is a bigger picture.
Avatar n tn For one thing, I don't think it is right to start a post mentioning anything to do with wanting to commit suicide unless you truly are considering this - and if that is so, we need to know or somebody does to get you help. But I do not get that type of desperation coming from you. I also think that you would benefit from a forum centering on relationships rather than addiction.
459689 tn?1276573743 I tried taking quite a few things to help me sleep. My doctor said to take Xanax (similar to Klonopin) every night but I only did that a few times because I didn't want to get hooked. Then I tried Trazedone - didn't work - sleeping pills- didn't work - Melatonin - didn't work. I was considering quitting the Zoloft but then I started to sleep better and now I don't have any problems.
535822 tn?1443980380 But Best says he has another story to tell, and that's how he's now trying to help the Minnesota teenager. These days Best doesn't want to be a cancer survivor telling his story, but a freedom fighter. "What makes you so passionate about this case?" WBZ's Beth Germano asked Best. "It's so similar to the experience I went through when I was younger," Best said.
Avatar f tn First of all, I seriously question your doctor's choice of Xanax if your only complaint was difficult sleeping. In my humble and non-medical opinion, he/she should have tried an actual sleep aids rather than a major benzodiazapine. Secondly, does your doctor have any idea how much you're taking now? 5mg of Xanax IS a hefty dose for anyone, let alone someone who only weighs 96 pounds.