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Re: When do you medicate for PTSD (warning: violence)

Posted by Phillipa on September 12, 2005, at 18:38:23

In reply to Re: When do you medicate for PTSD (warning: violence), posted by linkadge on September 12, 2005, at 17:22:11

Anyone in an abusive relationship needs to get out. There are shelters for battered women. It's hard to believe that someone you love would abuse you and I'll bet he said it will never happen again. And PTSD can sufface years after the incident. As an example i'll use my Son. Lost two fingertips and eyesight in Desert Storm with 82 Airborne in Iraq. He denied any depression/anxiety until this year and finally was diagnosed as depressed and put on zoloft 200mg with I think some ativan. It slowed him down enough to put things together and now he's working with the VA. Fondly, Phillipa




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