KatimusMaximus

510d

I've been on my meds for a while and they don't seem to work as well as they used to, should I ask about a new dosage? My birth control is great but what kind of backups should I use when I'm on antibiotics? Would it be better to be undermedicated and manic or overmedicated and numb? asking for me, cause i can't seem to find a happy middle ground. Does THC actually work for anxiety and ptsd?

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    • Glitter46290

      509d

      1) if you don't feel it's working as well, it's good to go in to see both a phyc/PCP and a therapist about it. It could be the dose, it could be a diet change (esp with mood stabilizers that bind to sodium), it could be a life or routine disruption. Seeing both gives a full picture. Barriers always pair well with long term birth control, takes practice to use/enforce Those manic highs bring on depressive lows, so I'd rather be numb. That said, a good medication mix will have you feeling content more than anything else. It very well could be worth pushing for the right mix. Thc works wonders for many, and is terrible for a few. If you are able to get it from a store, and it wouldn't harm you socially or financially, it's most likely ok or even great. Some RX and DX don't mix well, so ask a provider and spend some time around the medical use community before giving it a go 🤗

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