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Old 04-04-2012, 09:34 AM   #51
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Re: I'm about ready to give up

So glad you feel better on the B12 shot!
SSRIs since -03, Celexa and Effexor.

Ct benzos,Lyrica and Remeron -06/07
Ct taper Effexor 300-75mg summer -08
Ct 8 yr tobacco habit.
Reinstated too late 3 mos out.
Was upto 450 mg Effexor (equiv 120 mg Celexa).

Switched to Celexa 20mg at 23 nov 2012 because cant stand being on Effexor XR.

Diagnosed with Lyme (had it since 6 yrs old - 1987)
Treatment ongoing

Went back to 20 mg 1st June 2013.
Still too sick - Lyme. Seroquel 100 mg,
for sleep/severe depression. Is helping.
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Old 04-04-2012, 11:31 AM   #52
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Re: I'm about ready to give up

I am so glad you are starting to feel better and I'm sorry I missed this post as I've been taking a break from my own health anxiety for awhile. On Thursday I started to have anxiety so bad and I didn't recognize it as that and ended up going to the ER for them to find nothing life threatening going on. It was ridiculous of me but I let the anxiety take a hold of me.

If you ever need to talk please PM me. You are going to get through this and help others who are suffering. Do not give up on your life.
10mg of Citalopram - 10/2011 to 12/2011
Adverse reaction - DP/DR
7.5mg - 1 week
5mg - 1 week
2.5mg - 1 week
Off all medication as of 12/17/2011

My story ends with finding out I have Lyme disease which caused my nervous system and hormones to go haywire. Currently in treatment.

"Let everything happen to you, beauty and terror. Just keep going, no feeling is final." - Rilke
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