ok, after talking to a few friends of mine, i have been told that my meds might not be right for. i am on lexapro and i only have one week left but the pdoc i was seeing is a quack. got a whole ten minutes of his time. i will be seeing a new pdoc on the 8th. but i will be coming off of the meds. some say i need to come off slowly and some say it wont matter. my thoughts have dealt mostly with death lately. sure, that might be because of the meds but when i come off of them and my own body has not been used to making enough of those thingys in my mind that the meds have provided what do i do. will the thoughts of death get worse?
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