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Re: Persistant Feeling of General Unstability? Ľ chiron

Posted by Ritch on May 9, 2002, at 23:45:57

In reply to Persistant Feeling of General Unstability?, posted by chiron on May 9, 2002, at 22:37:44

> Living is strange & foreign to me, and Iíve never liked it. I have my times when I would give anything to die, feel like I am going absolutely crazy, very depressed, canít handle anything, etc. But for the past little while, I havenít dipped too deep. I usually manage to put on appearances and keep up my responsibilities. Iíve tried the first line meds, & it seems Prozac helps a little. MY QUESTION IS- HOW LIKELY IS IT THAT MED WILL HELP W/ MY FOLLOWING PROBLEMS? I AM TRYING TO WEIGH THE $ COST VS. BENEFIT. I have no insurance, and am also nervous that my trials would lead to errors, feeling worse.
>
> FEEL UNSTABLE Ė alone or with people.
> EMPTINESS (I know this is a symptom of Borderlines, but I don't "act" like they do.)
> For Example: Feel empty, got to get out. Will go hang out at a friends, feel restless shortly after, and need to leave. Always trying to be where I'm not.
> DONíT FEEL LIKE DOING ANYTHING, but hate doing nothing.
> INDECISIVE/UNSURE
>
> Other less important ones:
> Reading is annoying
> Hard time finding words


Just a fast hunch-but try a generic MAOI inhibitor like phenelzine or tranylcypromine. It is very cheap and might work quite well for those symptoms. Just a guess.

hope this helps,

Mitch


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