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02/09/2011 06:57 AM

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mimmy
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hi ya'll. for the last week or so, I've been really moody. i have been trying everything I know to relax. right now I have headphones on, listening to catharsis by natalie mcmaster. and i'm not in a good place. yesterday was so...I was out with a firend, and right in the middle of lunch, I aksed her to take me home. i was so twitchy. turns out, she was in a mood too. so we each promised to take it easy and we'd try again another day. I got family stuff going on and a possible new housing situation coming up(same city).

the ativan doses recommended ar not working anymroe and it's givning me headaches. tylenol is not working either, and I've lost my appetite. I have a p-doc appt tomorrow. trying to keep calm.

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02/09/2011 07:17 AM
uppitywoman
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Can you just avoid being around people for the day? I am sorry the Ativan is not working as intended. I would definitely tell your pdoc that because there are other meds you can try. Hang in there and just do your venting here with us.

02/09/2011 07:36 AM
mimmy
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hubby wants to take me with him to his doctors appt today..and I have a church business meeting tonight...I've got business there. though I might chose someone to speak for me. so gotta be there either way.

02/09/2011 02:41 PM
Joy75
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What an awful day you have had. I'm sorry you are feeling like this right now. I would try to stay away from people as much as I could. You probably need a medication tweak since you are feeling so moody. Your family stuff and new housing could be contributing to your stress also. Try taking a bath and relaxing in there. Listen to some calm music. I'm glad you have a psychiatrist appointment tomorrow. He will be able to help you out. Be sure to tell him everything you are experiencing. Let us know how it goes.
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