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#440332 - 07/07/13 10:16 PM Medications
KMCINVA Offline
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Registered: 08/31/11
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I take seroquel which has many side effectds including fatigue. Wel it c ought up with mwe. I slept 30 some odd hours. When I awske I wad accuded of udins illicit drugs which I do not use. It is fruitless they are wandering medical experts. So now I am a drug addict-totally wrong. That was not sufficient ao we turn to acting out when in lst yime abd fugues. But from their advanced elementary degrees s
Csa victims do not face dissociation, fugues, lost time, ptsd, etc.

Do life tells me there are many closted minds. But I will live with their judgments but luve with what I learned and heal and surround my srlf wuith ghose have the capacity to accept and understand the life of a survivor.

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#440352 - 07/08/13 09:22 AM Re: Medications [Re: KMCINVA]
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Registered: 06/30/12
Posts: 312
Loc: Canada
They may be smart. But that doesn't mean that they are always right. They may have too narrow a view and just don't understand.

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#440375 - 07/08/13 12:37 PM Re: Medications [Re: KMCINVA]
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Edited by bodyguard8367 (02/27/14 05:21 PM)

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#440556 - 07/10/13 10:56 AM Re: Medications [Re: KMCINVA]
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Registered: 11/26/07
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Loc: durham, north england
Also, medication is a very variable thing. The first I tried left me in a perminant state of feeling zonked, lacking any energy yet sleeping two hours a night, which was of course really! helpful.

Luckily I got it changed and the next medication I tried worked better. Given that it's a fairly well established fact that you can't really predict how anyone will respond to psychiatric medication (since neurochemistry is a tricky beast), and that the only way of measuring how good a certain drug is is by the patient's own experience, I'd question whether these medical professionals you mention are even taking note of well known facts within their own profession.

Maybe not so clever after all!

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