Psycho-Babble Medication Thread 1021058

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medication/drug resistance

Posted by rjlockhart04-08 on July 9, 2012, at 23:42:07

i've posted all over...sls posted something about a hormone that regulates the certain ways of the body to keep its equilirium...but this is wierd...i've been doing research on it...foudn that their are cases where medications are not even being absorbed into cells...its a condition called multiple drug resistance...90 percent of things I put in my body now...expect for alcohol and methamphetamine and maybe this stuff called clonodine...all the others have no effect at all...still I know their must be something that is causing this...their are conditions where people are resisant to antibiotics because the bacteria creates intelligence to evolve and resist.

But still I don't know really what is causing this....i've asked this too many times but I am thinking their is like a bacteria infection, or anything because these medication are suppost to be helping me...not just taking a ppill with nothing. It's like my body was programmed to screw everything....my mind would get distressed vary easily during college, wear out during cross country practice...and people just thought I was not a team player, but the real reason of this is their is something wrong that has never been diagnosed, i drain energy quickly even with stimulants...and I get worn out too much...and if I don't rest or just get a breather...i pass out....but people view this as like a low life mentality...people used to make fun of me and ask if would pass out after football practice...ugh, and has not been diagnosed yet, when I find it..i will make sure there is nothing left of it. I want to incinerate this body for all the problems it caused me and get a new body and mind. getting stressed out over things that are easy to the average american.

But usally I know how to act, and put on a show to where I look like I know what i'm doing...but it doesnt last long maybe a couple months, maybe years and then the mask falls off to find this disorgaized person. That's my life....not flattering....anyways but still does anyone know is there a solution to make these medications take effect...i've thought of injecting them...but that's just too drug addict mentality I put it under my tongue but still it works somethings...others it doesnt. Just maybe could you research...i've researched this long...multiple drug resistance, malabsorbation syndrome...virus....a organism in the intestines that absorbs nutrients and medications...its like a leeche inside. And its gross too! I hope it doesnt pop out like the alien from siquorney weaver movies.. but serious I am just so sluggish right now in thinking...and moving around its not a happy situation. There is something that has not been diagnosed medically and I've got to find it out myself...all doctors i've gone to ran tests and confirmed everything "normal". No that's not right because all this sluggish and mental torment and getting lightheaded easly...their something that needs to be confirmed.

anways...thanks for reading friend

rj

 

Re: medication/drug resistance rjlockhart04-08

Posted by novelagent on July 10, 2012, at 9:20:24

In reply to medication/drug resistance, posted by rjlockhart04-08 on July 9, 2012, at 23:42:07

I feel for you, but have you considered it just being symptomatic of anhedonia, flat affect, and apathy? All of this can be brought on by drug abuse-- and I know you didn't use much, but still-- that stuff is potent, and it doesn't need to be used everyday to take its toll.

Look, I use to have anhedonia, but it was because I was over-prescribed amphetamine. I took Aricept for 8 months, and I was able to take a stimulant holiday without having to sleep all day, so I know it worked. It repaired my brain, including my anhedonia. It also potentiated the meds I was taking alongside it I think you should give it a shot.


> i've posted all over...sls posted something about a hormone that regulates the certain ways of the body to keep its equilirium...but this is wierd...i've been doing research on it...foudn that their are cases where medications are not even being absorbed into cells...its a condition called multiple drug resistance...90 percent of things I put in my body now...expect for alcohol and methamphetamine and maybe this stuff called clonodine...all the others have no effect at all...still I know their must be something that is causing this...their are conditions where people are resisant to antibiotics because the bacteria creates intelligence to evolve and resist.
>
> But still I don't know really what is causing this....i've asked this too many times but I am thinking their is like a bacteria infection, or anything because these medication are suppost to be helping me...not just taking a ppill with nothing. It's like my body was programmed to screw everything....my mind would get distressed vary easily during college, wear out during cross country practice...and people just thought I was not a team player, but the real reason of this is their is something wrong that has never been diagnosed, i drain energy quickly even with stimulants...and I get worn out too much...and if I don't rest or just get a breather...i pass out....but people view this as like a low life mentality...people used to make fun of me and ask if would pass out after football practice...ugh, and has not been diagnosed yet, when I find it..i will make sure there is nothing left of it. I want to incinerate this body for all the problems it caused me and get a new body and mind. getting stressed out over things that are easy to the average american.
>
> But usally I know how to act, and put on a show to where I look like I know what i'm doing...but it doesnt last long maybe a couple months, maybe years and then the mask falls off to find this disorgaized person. That's my life....not flattering....anyways but still does anyone know is there a solution to make these medications take effect...i've thought of injecting them...but that's just too drug addict mentality I put it under my tongue but still it works somethings...others it doesnt. Just maybe could you research...i've researched this long...multiple drug resistance, malabsorbation syndrome...virus....a organism in the intestines that absorbs nutrients and medications...its like a leeche inside. And its gross too! I hope it doesnt pop out like the alien from siquorney weaver movies.. but serious I am just so sluggish right now in thinking...and moving around its not a happy situation. There is something that has not been diagnosed medically and I've got to find it out myself...all doctors i've gone to ran tests and confirmed everything "normal". No that's not right because all this sluggish and mental torment and getting lightheaded easly...their something that needs to be confirmed.
>
> anways...thanks for reading friend
>
> rj

 

Re: medication/drug resistance rjlockhart04-08

Posted by Phillipa on July 10, 2012, at 9:53:22

In reply to medication/drug resistance, posted by rjlockhart04-08 on July 9, 2012, at 23:42:07

Are you saying that it is just not your mind? That there are also physical symptoms that are effecting you also? If so I relate. Do you have IBS? Bowels okay? Anything abnormal with body processes? What kind of testing has been done? Phillipa

 

Re: medication/drug resistance Phillipa

Posted by novelagent on July 11, 2012, at 18:17:10

In reply to Re: medication/drug resistance rjlockhart04-08, posted by Phillipa on July 10, 2012, at 9:53:22

> Are you saying that it is just not your mind? That there are also physical symptoms that are effecting you also? If so I relate. Do you have IBS? Bowels okay? Anything abnormal with body processes? What kind of testing has been done? Phillipa

for someone who doesn't like having insurance, you sure like taking a lot of tests. Glad to see I'll be picking up the bill from a freeloader when you can't afford your next ER visit. So much for the party of social responsibility...

 

Re: medication/drug resistance novelagent

Posted by Phillipa on July 11, 2012, at 21:23:31

In reply to Re: medication/drug resistance Phillipa, posted by novelagent on July 11, 2012, at 18:17:10

Freeloader if referring to me I've worked for years as an RN and am now retired. Have Medicaire as paid into the system for years and suplimental insurance I pay for. I get testing as recommended and pay my co-pay which I don't set. The Government and other insurance pay and then I pay what they don't. Glad I don't live in Europe. Although enjoyed traveling to almost all the countries twice. Love Switzerland. Phillipa

 

Re: medication/drug resistance

Posted by Phillipa on July 11, 2012, at 21:25:21

In reply to Re: medication/drug resistance Phillipa, posted by novelagent on July 11, 2012, at 18:17:10

I do hope you also work as your Medicaire is based on lifetime earning or highest l0 years of salarie

 

Re: medication/drug resistance Phillipa

Posted by novelagent on July 12, 2012, at 15:23:48

In reply to Re: medication/drug resistance novelagent, posted by Phillipa on July 11, 2012, at 21:23:31

> Freeloader if referring to me I've worked for years as an RN and am now retired. Have Medicaire as paid into the system for years and suplimental insurance I pay for. I get testing as recommended and pay my co-pay which I don't set. The Government and other insurance pay and then I pay what they don't. Glad I don't live in Europe. Although enjoyed traveling to almost all the countries twice. Love Switzerland. Phillipa
>

I don't think I was referring to you, I was probably referring to Republicans and mispoke, not sure. I wouldn't know your situation, so of course I wouldn't call you a freeloader. I think I was referring to anti-healthcare types, which you of course aren't one. I'm not sure why Europe is bad.. David Sedaris wrote a funny piece about his experiences receiving specialty care in Paris (periodontal work, cancer screenings).

In Paris, he got housecalls from a doctor that even worked on weekends for $50 a visit. And he was a good doctor, too. It's a bit silly to look down on a system that has that. (Of course, you can have insurance-paid docs in Paris, but just like here, they don't do housecalls).

What's odd, and this isn't speaking to you, is people who receive medicare speaking out against the insurance law, which provides preventive screenings without any co-pay, and covers them in the doughnut hole (catastrophic coverage gap).

I have an injection antipsychotic that's $1200/month once a month, Invega Sustenna, so I enter the catastrophic coverage gap pretty fast. I don't know why anyone would be against a bill that helped me stay sane anf function normally, but I guess they're entitled to their political beliefs. I am sympathetic to the idea they think insurance is a privilege, and that they hate me because I have a mental illness, but I disagree with them.

 

Re: medication/drug resistance novelagent

Posted by Phillipa on July 12, 2012, at 21:13:57

In reply to Re: medication/drug resistance Phillipa, posted by novelagent on July 12, 2012, at 15:23:48

Are you serious I know you are 1200/mth is ridiculous. Who could afford this out of pocket. I see your point. We have problems for sure. Sorry about taking it personally. Phillipa

 

Misinformation about medicare Phillipa

Posted by jane d on July 13, 2012, at 15:07:46

In reply to Re: medication/drug resistance, posted by Phillipa on July 11, 2012, at 21:25:21

> I do hope you also work as your Medicaire is based on lifetime earning or highest l0 years of salarie

That's social security, not medicare.
How much medicare costs you depends on number of years you have worked and sometimes on current income.

http://www.medicare.gov

http://www.ssa.gov/pubs/10003.html#a0=3

 

Re: Misinformation about medicare jane d

Posted by Phillipa on July 13, 2012, at 20:43:44

In reply to Misinformation about medicare Phillipa, posted by jane d on July 13, 2012, at 15:07:46

Kind of consider them the same. I am on SSRI and Medicaire Part A & B and pay for secondary United healthcare monthly. Phillipa

 

Re: Misinformation about medicare Phillipa

Posted by janed on July 13, 2012, at 22:35:50

In reply to Re: Misinformation about medicare jane d, posted by Phillipa on July 13, 2012, at 20:43:44

> Kind of consider them the same. I am on SSRI and Medicaire Part A & B and pay for secondary United healthcare monthly. Phillipa

Well you are free to think of them however you like but they are not the same.

 

Re: Misinformation about medicare janed

Posted by Phillipa on July 14, 2012, at 19:39:18

In reply to Re: Misinformation about medicare Phillipa, posted by janed on July 13, 2012, at 22:35:50

Thanks as I am allowed to think in any manner I chose. So far Big Brother has not invaded my Brain. Phillipa

 

Re: Misinformation about medicare janed

Posted by Phillipa on July 15, 2012, at 12:42:42

In reply to Re: Misinformation about medicare Phillipa, posted by janed on July 13, 2012, at 22:35:50

I get my SSRI cause I'm 66 and paid into the system throughout life when working. I also pay my portion for my medicaire insurance A & B and also pay for supplemental insurance. Disablility rolls over at in my case cause of age 65. If there are additional monies I need to know of please let me know. As I was sent a letter informing me to get supplemental insurance before the cut off time last year or rates would increase which I did. And the monies left are what I have as income. Phillipa


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