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In 2010 I met with an accident which injured in between upper lip and lower nose and loss of milky teeth. After taken medication till one and half year from nearly hospital I started working in private limited company. One day I undergone depression because of some issues in office and later my family consulted psychiatric to get out from the issue. They insisted to get married. The medication (Arip MT 5mg) was continued till 2013, later I got married and again I faced loneliness problem then again consulted the same doctor he prescribed me to continue the same tablets. Meantime I working and also taken care the family works altogether, after one and half years (in 2016) of my marriage I got conceived now carrying 5 months baby in me. I am worried about that the same problem in health will disturb my baby with the same issue or not? When I consulted Gynecologist she insist me to not to continue that tablets but to stop till the birth of baby. The tablet which I was taking before was Arip MT 5 mg. Please help me.
Because of some financial problems I am getting tensed. I am not able to concentrate on my studies. Lot of unwanted things are running in my head. I am getting stressed. So what is the solution for this?
I didn't smoked cigarette in my life. Now my frnd saying some times cigret smoking is Good for health. Is it?
I was initially prescribed prozac and after a few months of taking it, I felt better and started improving. I had improved by 40-50%. But I became fat and when I told this to my doc, he told me to switch To zoloft starting from 25 mg, till 200 mg. But it only made my depression come back and ruin my digestive system. He wanted to try combination, So he added Effexor and increased till 225 mg. But all I got was heart palpitations and headaches. Since my IBS was getting worse, he reduced zoloft gradually but continued at 50 mg. Later, I confessed to my doctor that Prozac worked better than these two pills. So he added prozac too along with it upto 80 mg. I took these three meds together for a few months and had serious headaches, high BP, palpitations.(betacap was prescribed twice a day for heart issues). Since betacap could only help partially, he added Paroxetine CR 12.5 mg to 25 mg. Now I feel I'm taking too many antidepressants. Should I change the doctor? Am I going in the right path?
M mentally exhausted I love a girl we are in relationships within 5 years n nw she ditched me .she is my life my everything I can't live without her bt she is with someone n she don't needs me in her life, I can't do any work, till that day she leaved me I can't sleep I don't want to think about her but still she is in my mind wht to do please help me please.
I am 45 year old male having attention and concentration deficit. I am unable to control my thought process as it is coming continuously one after another.
I guess I have borderline personality disorder. I studied the symptoms thats why I feel it. I feel depressed and full of anxiety. Looking forward for your reply. Thanks.
The first step to getting help for a drinking problem is actually recognising that you have one. There are some signs that you might have a problem with alcohol, but it's also worthwhile asking yourself a few questions about your reasons for drinking. Facing the facts can be pretty tough, but it's courageous to step up and decide you need help to control your alcohol intake.
This can help if:
- You're regularly binge drinking
- You're having blackouts
- You drink when you're alone
- Other people are worried about your drinking habits
- You have an increased tolerance to alcohol and drugs
Signs of alcohol dependence
It's not always easy to tell when you have a drinking problem, particularly as binge drinking is a pretty common activity in Australia. You might not always notice when a couple of drinks has turned into too many.
The fact that you're thinking about whether you have a problem is a good start and there are some signs of alcohol dependence that you can look out for:
- Worrying about when you'll be able to have your next drink
- Suffering from withdrawal symptoms like sweating, nausea or insomnia as a result of not drinking alcohol
- Needing to drink more and more alcohol to get drunk
- Drinking alcohol, or desiring to drink alcohol, when you wake up in the morning
- Consuming alcohol regularly on your own, or trying to hide your alcohol consumption from those around you
- Relationships with friends or family are being affected by your drinking. Ask yourself some questions
A couple of questions that people who work in the field of alcohol addiction often ask people include...
- Do you drink because you have problems or to relax?
- Do you drink when you get mad at other people, including your friends or parents?
- Do you prefer to drink alone, rather than with other people?
- Is your work or education suffering as a result of your drinking?
- Have you ever tried to stop drinking or to drink less and found that you can't?
- Do you drink in the morning, before school or work?
- Do you gulp your drinks?
- Do you ever have loss of memory due to your drinking?
- Do you lie about how much or how often you drink?
- Do you ever get into trouble when you're drinking?
- Do you get drunk when you drink, even when you don't mean to?
- Do other people comment on your drinking and think it's a problem?
If you answer yes to any one of these questions, it's possible that you have a problem with alcohol.
Facing the facts
Facing up to the fact that you might have a problem takes courage. Deciding to take control and get some help is a really brave move, and if you do feel you have a problem, getting help can be the best thing ever.