Hi all. Well I went to the doctor and she's going to switch me from Celexa to Zoloft. I was on Zoloft about 5 years ago and it worked great till it stopped working so she figures it may work again (finger's crossed). In the meantime she wanted me to take a month off of work - I was going to till I checked into it and figured out I may not have enough hours for employment insurance so I opted to continue to work plus I have to pay for my medication. Needless to say I only work 4 days a week but 10 hour days. I find work helps keep my mind off of my anxiety though some days are hard. I am supposed to take .5mg clonazapam 3x a day to help with the medication conversion. Can someone tell me if they have ever switched meds while working and it was a success because I could sure use the encouragment :)
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