Spoke to my CPN

I spoke to sarah, she has spoken with dr. barry. They seem to think the xyprexa is not the cause of my restless leg, because I am only on 5 MG of it at night, and its too low of a dose to cause that as a side effect.
I’m to continue taking xyprexa, but stop taking the fenergan, and dr. Barry has prescribed zopiclone for me, for sleep, so I’m hoping the pharmacy will deliver it this afternoon and I can start it tonight.
Sarah said we’d keep an eye on things, but she said it seems that I am very stressed out, anxious, and stress can do crazy things to you, and I was like, well hell yeah, you’d better believe it!
So will see how it goes. Am glad I got through to her. She was going to phone me this afternoon anyway, but I got there first.

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.

10 thoughts on “Spoke to my CPN”

      1. Dr and pharmacy communication is so important. Here our health insurance throws a monkey wrench in denying claims and controlling when the prescription can be filled… I hope for a speedy resolution for you!

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