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Robert1

870d

Should I change my medication and treatment over time?

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    • Rosebud7

      869d

      I tried every med out there. I'm 63 and Lamictal or Laminmotrine(spelling off) has been the best med I've ever used. At 1st it gives u alittle boost but levels off. Still, I'd never change unless I was sure I wasn't going to become a zombie. I maybe 63 but I feel 40.

    • Rosebud7

      869d

      I tried every med out there. I'm 63 and Lamictal or Laminmotrine(spelling off) has been the best med I've ever used. At 1st it gives u alittle boost but levels off. Still, I'd never change unless I was sure I wasn't going to become a zombie. I maybe 63 but I feel 40.

    • cathys

      870d

      Anytime, we can talk. I have had to change my meds. And doctors several times over the years, medication because what I was taken didn't work for me anymore and doctors, counselors, psychiatrist because of insurance or they didn't listen to me, or I moved away. I just this week changed psychiatrist because the one I have had for the last 2 years just won't listen to me and the one before that, I had for a year, and he changed my meds. Every single month, im not kidding. I feel like I have wasted 3 years trying to find the right medication for me. I'm sorry but I feel like most of them don't care about you, it's all about the pay check. Hopefully this new one will be different and listen to what I have to say and work with me, also spend more that 3 minutes with me a month. Do you have these problems too?

    • Robert1

      870d

      Hello Cathy! Thanks for the advice.you are making lots of sence. I think it’s time to change the doctors. Any way keep in touch if it’s okay with you. What else is new?

    • Rosebud7

      870d

      Got an invite. Let's talk.

    • cathys

      870d

      I feel like you should change your medication ever so often because I feel like your body gets use to it after awhile and it doesn't work anymore. That's just my opinion, and as far as treatment if it's working for you keep doing it or maybe you would want to see if their is something you add to what your doing now, or maybe it's time for a change.

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