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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

if you take cipralex here is what you should do

make sure you write a diary or fill up an excel file, or post in your blog or whatever, just keep record of everything that's going on, every minor change, its really important!



you should include the following parameters:
1. sex ( from 1 - 10 how much sex intrest you and how are your....)
2. toilet ( any problem with that? write em down)
3. control ( how much do you feel in control from 1 to 10)
4. feeling ( how do you feel from 1 to 10)

do this everyday, at least for the first three month so you can make sure you progress according to your plan, if there's any problem which is not limited time side effects... than you will easily notice it, mark it and keep following, if doesn't change after a month talk to your doctor about it.

hope this helps

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6 comments:

Definitely good advice for anyone starting meds for a mental illness. Not only for the immediate future but also to look back in years to come and hopefully see how far you've come.

I have just seen a sleep disorder dr. who says he thinks I should go on cipralex, and that I should likely stay on it all my life. I am 56 now and I have been struggling for over 20 years with depression. I tried it before and only took it 1 month. Had side effects and stopped.
I feel embarrased, I feel like a failure that I could not shift my thinking enough to change how I feel. I feel like I haven't tried hard enough, made the right changes to do it on my own and that now I will be dependent on a drug for my well being. How is that different then a a drinker or someone who takes pot to take the edge off. I feel angry and frustrated and am fearful that as it takes the edge off the anxiety and quietens the anxious thoughts that it will also numb me to life. I am sure others have had these thoughts and experiences would really appreciate some feedback. Am scheduled to begin this again but found your site and welcome the input as people who are doing through it not just some dr who does not truely know what it is like in our skins.

I really hope you have learned to give yourself credit. You seem to have tried to help yourself independently from medication but have been struggling. Medication can be used as a tool to help you heal and achieve the happiness you need. Life should be enjoyed, and if you are struggling you should accept the help you need. Even if it's in the form of medication.

Using a medication under doctor's supervision and as prescribed is not the same as abusing drugs or alcohol. People who do abuse drugs or alcohol most likely actually need the help that they could receive from therapy and medication. But the choose to destroy their life as opposed to improving it.

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