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02 July 2006 @ 09:36 pm
 
Sleeeeepy.

I'm decreasing the Paxil in preparation for Wellbutrin. I think it's making me sleepy.

I have to clean the house in preparation for the family coming over on the 4th. Also have a bunch more research to do for the candidate. And so very tired.

I wonder if I go to bed early, if I'll be awake tomorrow.
 
 
 
The_Mad_Poet: wheedreamwarden on July 3rd, 2006 04:11 pm (UTC)
I LOVED Wellbutrin! It energized me and completely banished my anxiety. I had a HUGE bad side effect though. My tongue seeped blood! I had to get off it fast.
Elletheletterelle on July 3rd, 2006 11:41 pm (UTC)
Wow! Everything I've read says it increases anxiety. Hey, if it gets rid of it, awesome!

I might even put up with a bloody tongue for that.
The_Mad_Poetdreamwarden on July 5th, 2006 03:26 pm (UTC)
Anxiety
I was seeing a psychologist once a week back then as well, so perhaps my anxiety was treated by her and had nothing to do with the medicine. My situation was not chemical but situational, so I only needed the meds for a short while. Sometimes the world can fall in on you so fast that you think you're dying.

My life's philosophy: It's not easy to be happy. If it was, we wouldn't need to strive so mightily for it every day, and would never learn to appreciate it.
Jenkierajeng on July 3rd, 2006 04:22 pm (UTC)
Wellbutrin! YAY Wellbutrin. I *heart* it so much. Between that and my Cymbalta, I'm a happy camper. (Plus my new and exciting blue Synthroid pills.)

I'll keep my fingers crossed for you and the Wellbutrin. Also, re: thyroid--I know you said you need insurance to get it properly treated, but is there any way you could just get the bloodwork done, just to *see* if you need it adjusted? That way at least you'd know, and in the meanwhile could take selenium and evening primrose oil supplements and eat selenium-high foods and stuff to boost it as much as possible. . .

Have you seen what I've been posting about corn allergies? It fills me with woe. :( A complete list of corn-free foods and household products takes up less than 8 pages in MS Word. But I'm gonna try, see if completely cutting out corn makes me all better. :)