I'm new here and I'm seeking support and help from others like me. I suffer from GAD and major depression. The GAD affects me the most. I've tried every SSRI and SNRI with only short term relief. It always comes back. Right now I currently take Zoloft 150 mgs. once daily and BuSpar 7.5 mgs twice daily. I'm not really sure what's going on with my body. I was doing ok for the past several weeks. 3 days ago I had my wisdom teeth pulled and had the maximum dose of Lidocain and sensocain. I still had pain while she was pulling, but I got thru it. Anyways, I learned that lidocain and sensocain have epinephrine in it which of course made my heart race and feel like it was going to jump out of my chest. Well after she was done I went and had my prescriptions filled. She wrote me Penicillin 500 mgs every 6 hours for about 5 days for the gum infection. Hydrocodone-apap 5-500 every 6 hours for the pain. Methylprednisolone 6 day pack for the swelling. So I was thinking maybe the stress of the pain and all the medications she wrote me may have thrown my body out of whack. Either way, I just want to feel better and hear what everyone else's thought were about this. Please help! Any advice is welcome! Thanks!
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