Pdoc appt - new med - feeling crappy

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Date Joined Jan 2010
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   Posted 8/18/2010 12:18 PM (GMT -6)   
Nothing to bring me down like going to a pdoc appt.  It's a jolt of reality like "Holy crap there is something seriously WRONG with me"
Anyway, pdoc says I have "spawning symptoms" of hypomania/mixed episode, and starting me on seroquel.  (fabulous.  shakehead )
I hate, hate, hate having to add/change medications.  skull
I have a blood draw in the morning.  O.M.G.  smhair   I have some issues with needles.
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Date Joined Feb 2010
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   Posted 8/18/2010 12:53 PM (GMT -6)   
Aww... i know how you feel about seeing the pdoc. its like , for a month or so you can believe nothings really wrong if u just take those blue pills but.. then...

anyway, im sorry you have to add a new med.. that always sucks.. but maybe it'll do the trick??

i miss hypomania sooo bad right now personally .. miss that energy, conquer-all attitude and superpowers... :P

sorry about the blood draw. i hate needles too . last time they had to use the butterfly needle in my hand and i was crying like no ones business :) but i survived!

you should treat yourself afterwards to make it not so bad...
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