Yes. Unless you devoloped a high tolerance to it. You see when you take a medication-- any-- your body will adjust to it and over time not respond to it. That is why it is important to have two medications or more to trick your body. For example your doctor wants you to take Zoloft and you take it for 6 months and start to notice it isnt working as good. So your doctor decreases your dose and weenes you off while adding a small dose of Lexapro to your daily meds. And when decreasing Zoloft increasing lexapro. So by the time your off zoloft your already on your new med and its in your system and working by then. My doctor and I rotate off of two on every six months that way, then my body never gets used to it and it still works.
DX: Wegener's Disease, Migraines, Diabetese Type II, PCOS, Lactose Intolerant, Benign Heart Murmer, Depression, Asthma, Asperger's Syndrome, Necrotizing Gramultous Inflamation in eye, A.D.D., Acid Reflux, Tumor Behind the Eye, Carpal Tunnel, Fibromyolgia, Clasterphobic, Arthritis
Medications: Tri Nessa, Percocet, Metformin, Prilosec, Protonix, Zantac, Advair, Cingulair, Albuterol, Calcium + Vitamin D, Pro-Air, Pepcid, Rolaids, Zofran, Compuzeen, Refresh Plus Eye Drops PRN: Epi-Pen, Albuterol Nebulizer, Benedryl
Undergoing Radiation Taking Lorazepam (Ativan) on Radiation Days