Got new meds!


Hooray hooray! I’ve got new meds, risperidone and depakote. I think I will be on depakote or the rest of my life. The risperidone will help me with my paranoia and delusions. Its been a tough week trying to get them. I have to focus on getting my moods stable to cope with the ups and downs, swings and roundabouts of life.and to help me from embarrassing myself although to be honest I’ve been doing that all my life to some degree. Its got to be a good thing that I want to get well and stay well – a huge turning point..

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Posted on February 3, 2012, in mental health and spiritual awareness and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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