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Re: Should I tell my pdoc about stablon?

Posted by Conundrum on November 3, 2010, at 21:02:11

In reply to Re: Should I tell my pdoc about stablon? maxime, posted by Conundrum on November 3, 2010, at 20:27:25

F*ck it I know this med isn't gonna help anyway, i should have just lied. Why do I always have to be so frickin honest?
> Well I told her, she didn't sound to thrilled but I decided it would be better to continue to try this and then see her, because she doesn't know about the drug and wouldn't feel comfortable prescribing another drug with it.
> She wished me luck. I hope this doesn't mean if it doesn't work and need to call her she wont' return my call. Ugh I wish I had lied, then I could be taking a drug like desipramine or something that could help me concentrate better in my classes. FML.
> > >
> > > Have you ever told your pdoc after the fact, when you've already added the alternative piece?
> >
> > Yes I have. He then will ask me if it is helping. So he doesn't have a problem with that. But if I ever started a prescription med on my own before telling him, he would not be impressed at all. But in Canada it's hard to get meds online without a prescription, it seems to be easier in the States.

Complaints: post-SSRI problems: anhedonia, memory and concentration problems, sexual dysfunction. )
Currently taking mirtazapine and tianeptine




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