Regular with meds again

I’m making more of an effort to be better about taking my meds. I wasn’t so good about it for a while. I was forgetting them a lot of the time. I started yesterday and decided that I need to do better. So yesterday and today I’ve taken all of my meds, and I haven’t forgotten any of them in two days now. And I think its helping. I mean, not completely sure yet, its too early to say, but my guess is it will help, and I’ll feel much better after a few days. At least, hats my hope.

It is taking a huge effort on my part, and the dissociation is so bad, but the anxiety is bad also, and so to get it down, I really need the clonidine I am prescribed, and also, my Prozac, it will help my mood.

Dr. Barry knew I wasn’t always taking my meds, she constantly checks with me, to see if I’m taking them. She will be happy to hear that I’m making an effort to not forget to take them. That will please her.

I hope it will help. And I hope I can keep it going.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

4 thoughts on “Regular with meds again”

  1. I too really hope it will help, and that the dissociation won’t make it overly difficult for you to continue with it, and that your anxiety will be much easier to deal with as a result. šŸ™‚ Dr Barry will certainly be proud of you.

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  2. If I remember to medicate myself and my kid on the same day, I consider it a win. Otherwise we are having steel cage mood matches and it ain’t pretty.

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