somebody help..........i can't stand this - EMERGENCY

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athmlldy
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   Posted 3/4/2007 11:46 AM (GMT -7)   
 
 
    oh my gosh i can't take this anymore............ i feel like i am about to crawl out of my skin.  i hve done laundry i ahve exercised. i have tried to take a anp and i can't stand being still. i don't know what to do but it is driving me crazy. does anyone have any suggestions?  oh and please don't say call the doctor. i just need someone to be a friend and talk to me and try to help me out. i have enough ppl to sat call the doc or do this and that medically. i just need ppl who know what it is like to be a friend. do any of you ever feel this way? i feel lke my whole body is coming apart and it won't stop

Butterflymom23
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   Posted 3/4/2007 3:31 PM (GMT -7)   
Sorry, I can't really help you at this time. But I know how you feel...I used to be like that I would go to play a game called ddr (dance dance revolution). It's a dancing game where you follow arrows on a screen with your feet on a dancing pad. Either which way it's a great way to burn lots of fat.
Are you having a good day :) or a bad day :(
Either which way glad to meet you. :D


soul2bleed
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   Posted 3/4/2007 5:10 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh, I feel so sorry for you. I felt that way a few weeks ago. It almost feels like you are in your skin, and you want to rip yourself out. I couldn't find anyway to calm down. I took my Klonopin and that didn't work well. I ended up calling my dr and he upped my K. Can you focus on anything? Good luck and I hope that you can calm down.

athmlldy
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   Posted 3/4/2007 8:38 PM (GMT -7)   
 
 
   i have calmed down some.  but earlier it was just like i couldn't do enough. i needed to do more and more but i couldn't concentrate enough to figure out what to do. and it just makes me feel like i am losing it again and i want something to take the pain away. thanks for all of your help and just for the posts it means alot to know that ppl understand and care
 
God bless you all
 COPING IS LIKE HOPING.......... YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU MIGHT GET
 
   DX: OCD PANIC/ANXIETY DISORDER AGORAPHOBIA  AND BIPOLAR


Pelle_Plath
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   Posted 3/5/2007 9:50 AM (GMT -7)   
I feel like that all the time. I find that walking helps but I use it as a preventative measure. I walk about five miles a day and doing that seems to prevent mania for me-well not prevent it just make it less or more bearable. I don't think you can ever really do anything to make mania just stop. At least I can't.

hammilton
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   Posted 3/5/2007 1:50 PM (GMT -7)   
Well, a few things come to mind. You suffer from anxiety disorders and bipolar, if I read this correctly, right?

Your symptoms sound like withdrawal symptoms. Have you been taking any medications for a while and then stopped taking them suddenly? While the narcotics (morphine, codeine, Vicodin or hydrocodone, Oxycodone or percocet/Oxycontin) typically produce symptoms best fitting what you're describing, but the benzodiazepines (Valium/Diazepam, Ativan/Lorazepam, Xanax/Alprazolam, Nitrazepam, Flunitrazepam) produce very similar symptoms at least in the early stages.

If you've been taking a benzodiazepine for more than a week, it's extremely important that you don't stop taking it suddenly. Unlike withdrawal from painkilling narcotics which may be one weeklong personal diarrhea-filled hell, withdrawal from benzo's is incredibly serious and should be done under the very close supervision of a health-care professional as it can result in seizures and death and acute symptoms may last for months.

it sounds to me like RLS, or restless leg syndrome- but that's really a night time only deal, and not much of a during-the-day sort of thing.

It doesn't sound like mania to me, I guess, but I guess it depends on what exactly you mean by 'wanting to jump out of your skin"

reminds me of " bone-itis" or something that Dr. Nick said Grampa had on the 22-short films episode of the Simpsons from Season 7 I believe. He told Grampa that he had this terrible disorder and the only thing that could him would require the starter from a 1000 HP golf cart engine or something, but settled for simply shocking him with the wires that he tore from a light. He ordered one shock every 5 seconds...

I hope it's not *that* severe tongue

athmlldy
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   Posted 3/6/2007 1:12 PM (GMT -7)   
first of all i am glad that you can seem to get some kind of kick out of my misery. i feel like my insides are vibrating and that i can't sit still. sittting still is driving me crazy. riigth now it is like i have no energy but to just sit here is more than i can handle. i want to get up and go go go . my mind is working to fast for my body or something. i don't even know how to explain it .

i just want tot scream or cry or both but yet i am donig everything i can to hold myself together. i can't let myself fall apart again. i can't go back to that place again.

however i have had ppl say that if you don't release now and then you will bottle up so much that u can't control it and that is when hopitalization can happen.

i am just oing crazy. HELP HELP HELP HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 COPING IS LIKE HOPING.......... YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU MIGHT GET
 
   DX: OCD PANIC/ANXIETY DISORDER AGORAPHOBIA  AND BIPOLAR


soul2bleed
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   Posted 3/7/2007 9:15 AM (GMT -7)   
Here's something to try.... I don't know if you are financially able to, but why not go to the mall, walk around, maybe buy yourself something. Most of the time, my body feels like this because I don't have any project or direction. You said that while you were doing housework, it was managable. Try a project that involves movement...painting, shopping, rearranging a room. This will focus your mind and burn some of that energy that is "vibrating" in you. Trust me, I know EXACTLY how you feel. Half the time my legs are just bouncing up and down while I am sitting out of aggitation and such. I'm here if you need me. Keep us posted.

wmnak
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   Posted 3/7/2007 11:47 PM (GMT -7)   
(((((ath)))))
 
i am so sorry that you are having a hard time.  i have enjoyed and benefited from the posts that you have made to other people.  ou have touched others well.
 
don't just [poo-poo the possibility of withdrawl symptoms.  they sometimes (often) produce the symptoms that you are experiencing.  i have experienced this he** myself and empathise with you if this is the cause.  take heart, though, because it usually passes in a week or two (seems like a century or three while you are going through it).
 
whatever the cause, i have a few things that i do that may help.  remember, though, that i am 51 yrs old and disabled with chronic debilitating back pain, so physical ativity is hard for me.  i have had to develop techniques that are not quite to physical.
 
i meditate a lot when i get the feelings that you are having.  concentrate on a spot on the wall, tv screen, anything you can find.  feel yourself being pulled into this spot and feel yourself relaxing as you are being pulled.  you find yourself in a quiet place.  mine is on top of a hill overlooking a streem.  you find trees there and grass and birds and whatever animals help you relax and feel comfortable.  stay in this place until you feel totally relaxed and able to handle the world around you.  then easily pull yourself back into your body, feeling comfortable, relaxed, and energised.
 
i do many meditations, bu this one is easy to accomplish and pays great dividends for me.  when i get breakthrough pain. i don't have time for this mediateion, so i use an abbreviated version.  unfortunately, i usually have to take the pain meds.  oh well.  that's life in the fast lane.
 
hope that my experience helps you.  and god bless.
 
warren
 
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athmlldy
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   Posted 3/10/2007 6:24 PM (GMT -7)   
 
 
  it cant be withdrawal because i am not coming off any meds. i have been taken off some tings but they r all replaced with other stuff. i am really feeling like i haved  reached a point that i just cant do it any more. i dont want to do it anymore. i am so sick of living like this .  i mean does ot ever get any better?   i thought i was doing so good and now i am going back into this dark hole and there is no excape. i'm not even sure i want to escape. i mean maybe if i am in this hole long enough i will forget about the world around me and be able to deal a little better................ now here is a question and i an not kidding joking i am very serious.
 
how can you get yourself admitted into the hospital nad is it worth the stay?????????????????????????????
 COPING IS LIKE HOPING.......... YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU MIGHT GET
 
   DX: OCD PANIC/ANXIETY DISORDER AGORAPHOBIA  AND BIPOLAR


athmlldy
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   Posted 3/11/2007 7:11 PM (GMT -7)   
hello is there anyone aout there that is going to help or what.................i am drowning. xanax isn't working at all paxil i don't know. risperdol.........how should i know...........obviouslyu not or i wouldn't be feeling this way.

come on guys some one tell me somethink
 COPING IS LIKE HOPING.......... YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU MIGHT GET
 
   DX: OCD PANIC/ANXIETY DISORDER AGORAPHOBIA  AND BIPOLAR


smiler
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   Posted 3/12/2007 4:35 AM (GMT -7)   

Ath ((((HUGS)))) If you have been taken off one drug and put on another then it could well be the drugs that are messing with you. I know in your first post you asked that no-one tell you to go call the doc - well , call the doc. You need to find out why you are feeling like this. You're obviously not coping , and you need proffesional help. We are here for you as friends :-)   but it is up to your docs to get the meds right and help you on the right road - that's what they're paid for so go whoop their behinds into gear yeah

I have never been admitted so I don't know if it's worth it or not.

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idontknow
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   Posted 3/12/2007 6:21 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello all this is my first time to this site. I have to say that I would like to know what to do. My companion is going thru the same thing and I have no clue how to help. I feel scared sometimes by what gets said about the feelings of hopelessness and jetters,etc. but I want to make it all go away and can't. My companion thinks I'm in my own world but I'm not. It's just VERY hard to see what's happening and know I can not do anything but be there. My companion is a Type I.
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