Posted by susan C on September 2, 2001, at 13:15:32
In reply to Re: Mouse under foot » susan C, posted by sar on September 2, 2001, at 1:01:06
> dear mouse,
> how does depakote make you feel? i'm trying to gather as many feelings on it as i can.
I have tried many things, It lowered my frantic highs in the first month, but i didn't notice a difference between 1000 and 1500, so I dropped to 1000 (lowish dose). My blood level is between 50 and 60 low end, my protein binding is low my free level is high so my body is getting rid of it quickly. It is the only thing that has helped in a long time, but is not the magic bullet, I lost hairs for the first six months, and now my short hair is coming back curlier...I still loose hair, but not as much. I have thick hair. I take multi with selium and zinc as per dr dash bobs tips post and as Mark Twain says, why not might help cant hurt. I felt detached, distant. I would much rather that than the manic. I had a break through manic which scared me, and I say now I would much rather be this detatched way and stay at home than cycling.
What is going on with the addition of Keppra is another pussle.
> your wishes make so much sense...
Thank you for responding
> drama drama drama...why not indulge in it from time to time? drunk singing, laughing screaming...where i used to live, we had a "recycling" program that involved sitting on the roof of a 3-story house and throwing glass beer bottles down into the street to hear the SMASH (curses on me, i know, i hope no one got a flat, but at 3 am nihilism it makes sense)
> i wish i had a closet of vases to throw.
> i wish i were really deeply in love, safely.
> i wish i were drinking merlot instead of tallboys.
I dont drink, always been seitive to it, with Depakote it is NONONONONo, as you can die. So people it doesnt appear to affect
> reminds me of that song by skee-lo from like '95..."i wish i were a little bit taller, i wish i were a baller, wish i had a rabbit in a hat blah blah blah..."
> i wish i may i wish i might wish on the first star i notice tonight, as i fend off the roly polies on the damp porch...
> better to be crotchety and fiesty than wilting...
> i can't wait to be a feisty old lady. but i'll try to do it in the funny southern way.
With a Mint Juelip?
> why do you call yourself mouse, mouse?
'Here I come to save the day, Mighty Mouse is on the Way!'and Andy Kaufman's immitation
my favorite cartoon as a kid, He is small (I am tall) he is brave (I am shy, except sometimes I am bigger than life) he is strong (I am weak) he has a big chest, so do I, I am going to offer some to Kristi.