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Re: Amanda29 Amanda29

Posted by rskontos on August 25, 2008, at 18:48:01

In reply to Re: Amanda29 susan47, posted by Amanda29 on August 25, 2008, at 18:23:28


When I first read your post, I felt like a singular incident would not be an incident that was something to go to the ER. But certainly something to tell T or p-doc about. I myself have had hallunations, sorry I can't spell it right now and am too lazy to look it up, and I told my p-doc who is also my t. He was not too concerned because i know they were not real. I hear voices too and he knows I know they are parts of me, my inner identities. I am DD. So as long as you, or at least in my case, know real from not real, things are ok, I am ok. (Not total sure about ok but not anything to go to the ER about).

And certainly meds can and do trigger things. cymbalta triggered my first thoughts of suicide and let that cat out of bag for good. I eventually went off of it. The thoughts subsided but have not ever gone completely away but I can control myself. thankfully.

I would call pdoc immediately if I get too crazy about my dark thoughts as I call them to him.

Take care of yourself, you did not offend anyone.





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