I have to go back to my pdoc soon. When I was last there he did a lot of talking and asked a lot of questions. I was really not in a mood to speak at all and he seem hell bent on me looking at him directly ( which I just did not want to do). Well he asked some questions but did not ask the right ones .If he had and I could have said what I needed to say I would have really opened up. By the time I go back I will have been on lamactil and cymbalta 3 weeks . He says these meds should have kicked in at this stage. Is he planning on asking more questions at that stage or should I tell him I have things I need to say ???? I am not sure the cmybalta is agreeing with me either, Katie
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