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Corticosteriods: I feel almost as if I am cured

Posted by Jerrympls on July 30, 2002, at 0:10:57

So, I was perscribed Methylprednisolone for asthma and I took the first dose this afternoon - afterwhich I began to feel almost normal - I don't feel high, I don't feel manic, I don't feel hyper - I feel like me before the depression and anxiety. What does this mean? What can it mean? How can it be? I've read/heard stories of people getting severely depressed while taking these powerful corticosteriods - but I've never heard of them making people feel "normal." I truely, and I don't use this workd lightly, feel almost "cured." Is that terrible? I am certainly going to bring this up with my doc - but can anyone out there tell me more about my reaction? It has to mean something - as far as my biology goes and this chemical depression - What could it be possible effecting in my brain to make me feel "good." I'm at a complete loss -this must lead to some clues as to why I have been treatment resistant.

I've called friends I haven't called in months, I've been laughing at funny stuff on TV and I even have been wanting to listen to music. Someone please tell me what's going on - this is almost the "me" before the dark hell of depression took over my life.

Does anyone have any insight? Any info is much appreciated.





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