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Going to a psychiatrist for impulse control by Fanny Wobberwell - Fri, 30 Oct 2015 18:35:17 EST ID:v8jh6fye No.53360 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What drug should I try to get to cure this? I think being prescribed low doses of ketamine would help me the most. How can I get him to prescribe me this?
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Walter Buzzlewater - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 17:05:27 EST ID:Nci0dLFT No.53400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yep you'll likely get low dose anti psychotics
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Kain !mdz1ceK8MA - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 18:43:34 EST ID:rgDH3rse No.53402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Impulse control is not a mental illness, but rather a secondary feature associated with a number of other
primary mental disorders. There is no psychiatrist that is going to prescribe medication without first making
a diagnosis of the primary condition he is treating. That involved testing. Psychiatrists are pathologists.
Their main job is to diagnose a patient, then give standardized medications that are indicated for specific disorders and
observe the results of the treatment and keep records and note changes that happen over time with the prescribed treatment.
Ketamine is not indicated for the treatment of mental illness. It is probably best for you to be honest with your psychiatrist
about the nature of your condition and see what he recommends.
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Samuel Chammleford - Mon, 09 Nov 2015 07:52:28 EST ID:G3srtYjn No.53430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here reporting back. He gave me ritalin for some reason. Well, works for me
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Shit Dazzlegold - Mon, 09 Nov 2015 23:20:33 EST ID:ztB98gYM No.53434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53430

He probably thinks you have ADHD.
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Nicholas Womblehall - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 16:30:16 EST ID:6Z4n/qYG No.53452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hello Dr.Do-no-harm, I have a problem with impulse control. Would you please prescribe me an addictive drug?


How to get off Delatestryl the right way by Sophie Churringkud - Wed, 21 Oct 2015 09:30:52 EST ID:xeFH2rZW No.53324 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Alright, I've been prescribed Delatestryl for 2 years now, my testosterone levels only got normal when I started using an anti-estrogen, as raising test also raises estrogen and it gave me painful cysts on my chest, didn't develop manboobs but I remembered that feeling from when I was 13 and had those disks under my nipples that really fucking hurt if touched, it went away though,apparrently it happens to a lot of people.

Lately I've been having chest tightness, random bouts of pricks and needles on my face, left foot and a kind of prickly feeling on what seem like my left lung. Now I want to get off Delatestryl, I got on it reluctantly because my T levels were really low, because of methadone. But right now I feel as if I continue taking a subcutaneous shot of Delatestryl every week I'm going to get a fucking pulmonary embolism. My T is normal now, and I'm on suboxone which doesn't affect testosterone that much, from what I read, impartial studies and such.

But I know stopping it right away could be a bad idea. I simply am very close of going to the ER, sometimes. Any help /med/ ?
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Simon Brenkindure - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 13:22:43 EST ID:djgb6GAC No.53420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
tell the doctor and ask for advice there.


Mental Illness by Nicholas Pimmlemudge - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 02:36:04 EST ID:rRZud7jk No.53030 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Will I ever feel normal again without medication?

I don't even know what illness I have. I infrequently have minor hallucinations, I have a lot of mood swings on the scale of hours to days, songs get stuck in my head for literally days, i'll sometimes have panic attacks, I'm losing my ability to think and focus, but worst of all I just feel... off. always off.

I've been teetering on the verge of psychosis for nearly a year now. I've been doing everything in my power to get it to go away or at least diminish severely.

I haven't felt normal since last September. I'm too afraid of being told this is permanent to see a doctor.

I don't want to dope myself up on dangerous medication.

Is there any hope for me?
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Eliza Mittingnirk - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 06:28:15 EST ID:CxF2+TMZ No.53031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53030

Not enough data yet to tell you. When did you first notice symptoms? Were you on medications or goodshit/badshit for an extended period of time before this started? Are you on anything now? Also, do you get a full night's sleep regularly, without interruptions? Your hormones will get messed up without proper sleep cycles and a healthy diet of fat and cholesterol.

What's your diet like? You'd be amazed what deficiencies in your diet can do to your brain. Eat some eggs & bacon, drink a glass of orange juice, and eat half of a honeydew melon. If you don't feel better immediately, then I have to read the answers to the questions I asked.
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Charles Dartstone - Tue, 25 Aug 2015 00:22:24 EST ID:rRZud7jk No.53050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53031
I've been pretty much consistently depressed since maybe 2007, but symptoms of a serious issue began last September. I was never taking any medication, nor am i currently. I used to do a fuckton of hallucinogenics, sometimes speed, always drinking. I stopped all of that expect booze last winter, and stopped everything including booze and tobacco in april.

i usually get 6-8 hours of sleep.

my diet is fine
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Sally SuckmSilly - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 12:32:20 EST ID:Knsb94DR No.53419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what happened last September. also usually it involves something you still doing. Details missing


hypertension, artery plaque buildup, and related by Nathaniel Simmlewell - Sun, 04 Oct 2015 19:10:48 EST ID:kaWli9u5 No.53235 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm looking for some insight on clogged arteries and heart disease, high blood pressure and people who have had heart attacks. If you have had a heart attack, and continue to have high blood pressure regularly, should you eliminate all salt? I've heard from various sources online that eliminating all salt is a bad idea and makes heart problems more likely down the road. What the hell can a person with 30% blockages in a few arteries do to try and reverse their condition and optimize their health? I've read and heard so much, that I don't know what to believe, it seems like different doctors will tell you different things. I've heard that lysine and vitamin c, and even mineral deficiencies play a huge roll in blood pressure. Importantly is seizing sodium intake going to upset the bodys balance under these conditions of high blood pressure, and plaqued arteries? Is a happy-medium better? (1400-1600mg) and also if you have any other advice for what a person in these circumstances can do, please let me know.And if anyone wants to speak on the roll that stress/PTSD/anxiety/emotions can play in elevating blood pressure please do so. No insight will go to waste, thank you.
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Graham Seffingmark - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 22:01:43 EST ID:ptk4v0vU No.53236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53235

>should you eliminate all salt?

You would die.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyponatremia

What does your doctor say about all of this? Or if you're asking for a parent or something, what does his/her doctor say about all of this?
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Sally SuckmSilly - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 11:40:12 EST ID:Knsb94DR No.53418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Look into cayenne pepper. I drink a teaspoon in boiled water. Drink as hot as possible. Also no meat. I changed to drink rooibos tea only, no caffeine! That works 4 me.


black stool by Matilda Granddale - Thu, 15 Oct 2015 06:39:12 EST ID:5czwYJka No.53286 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just had a black stool. Is there any chance that I'm not terminally ill?
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Nigger Barddale - Sat, 31 Oct 2015 02:43:04 EST ID:oyjoU36v No.53366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When I first smoked a cigarette, I swallowed the smoke instead of inhaling it. When I pooped the next day I had tar black stool.
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Eugene Gonderdale - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 13:45:42 EST ID:PoWpsSuz No.53395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53336

I'm not OP but I recently had a black tarry stool (9 days ago) as well after a night of heavy drinking. I was also feeling pretty faint, as if I were anemic. I was preparing to head to the ER but the same night my stool returned to normal and I started feeling less light-headed. The next day I felt fine. Could it have been an ulcer caused by excessive drinking that temporarily started bleeding? If it doesn't come back is it serious enough to have a tube shoved down my throat by a doctor? What are the odds it can heal on its own if I stop drinking? I dont want a tube shoved down my throat.
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Eugene Gonderdale - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 13:48:33 EST ID:PoWpsSuz No.53396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53395

Just one more detail. This is what I was drinking. It's color is black as sin. Could that cause black stool the next day? I also have a history of anxiety for the lightheadedness could have been explained by that while I was freaking out over having black shit.
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Eugene Gonderdale - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 13:49:53 EST ID:PoWpsSuz No.53397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53396

forgot the picture fuggg
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Sally SuckmSilly - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 10:59:24 EST ID:Knsb94DR No.53417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
taking iron supplements make your stool black


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