Dear Sarafina and Gemini,
Thankyou so much for your response. I am still marvelling at the number of people who live with this. We are restrained financially right now but I will still try to talk to his doctors and see what options he may have available to him. I only hope that he will go. He says that he feels so much clearer in his thinking since he has stopped the meds. But I can tell that alot of the other symptoms are worse.
And it really helped to hear from someone open about what they are facing in dealing with BP themselves. My husband still feels that maybe he was not diagnosed properly. I wish that I knew how to approach him with this sometimes, how to help. Thank you both again for responding. I am greatful for all of the wisdom and hope to have the opportunity to talk to you soon.
Thank you Tyno3
I have just had the opportunity to check back in. This is an irratic time. I thought that he would take one of two jobs offered to him but it seemed like he panicked. He felt that he was not qualified for these positions but he is very capable of either one.
I know that the major problem is not having all the correct medication. He is now refusing to go to the doctor (who wants to see him again before any new meds are prescribed.)So, what to do now?
Thank you for the ideas and information. I will check into it and I plan to call his doctors again and see if they might make an exception. If I had the meds It would be easier to try to get him to take them.