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MD visit

Posted by DL on November 2, 1998, at 22:20:13

In reply to Lost Message, posted by DL on November 1, 1998, at 17:30:47

Had my drive by visit today! MD appologized for problems with Remeron script and called pharmacy while I was there to order new script and see if it was in stock.

I asked about the speech problem and the klonopin. He offered to write another script for klonopin--wish more in depth listening happened before the prescription pad popped out! I told him I was still in awe of the restorative properties of real sleep--and how much I looked forward to going to bed because I have dreams now. Even if they are sometimes scary, it's something I was missing for close to 3 years... He told me if I take the klonopin I may lose the dreams since benzos alter the sleep cycle. Would the klonopin override the Remeron? Would taking it in the morning for the day be better?

I asked what else I could do for the muscle spasm problem and he suggested I try meditation and relaxation. I tried all those type of things a few years ago and found that you really should learn them while you are well--then the method and structure is part of you and you can draw upon it more easily when you need help. Right now I am so busy and stressed with all the changes I think it would be hard to make those techniques work, but I am open to suggestions.

He told me to come back in 2 months and call if I want more klonopin. At 10 min and $50 for a "medication check", he made $5/min...




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