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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Thursday, January 17, 2013

The good: I finally found a doctor that agrees with me that I am on the wrong medications. It has taken me four years to get to this point. Hooray! I shall be off these pills within the week.

The bad: The doctor put me on an antidepressant. I made me so tired that it took all the morning yesterday to get moving. I checked with the office. They told me that it might take awhile for my body to get used to it and to give it a week. I chickened out and didn't take it last night. I have something I have to do this morning and wanted to be able to function. I actually kinda want to see if I really need to be on one right now anyway. I'm thinking not, but will probably know within the week.

The ugly: my daughter suggested that I try playing mahjong. I am officially addicted. I have spent way too much time on the computer and not nearly enough time doing things on my long list of things to do. And sitting around does not get extra weight off. Not that it's much, but it's still extra weight that I don't want. So it's time to unplug the computer and stay away from it for awhile. I'd say let me have x amount of time every day, but I'm not sure if I can do that right now. I definitely lose track of time playing.

I hope that this week will see an improvement in my activity and productivity. By doing this and changing up my exercises and cardio, I hope to feel better about myself by the end of the week.
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    The DR. may have given you the medicqtion to help you weqn off the other medicqtions. I have a lot of difficulty with all medicqtions so check with the Dr. before deciding not to tke what he has prescribed or if he can recommend something else. If you have a good Dr. now keep him informed so that you don't lose his communication.


    1884 days ago
    oho... a game addiction! emoticon
    Stop it now!
    Good luck with the new doctor!
    1884 days ago
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