I have a pdoc appointment tomorrow. I don't know what to tell him beyond what I already told him on the phone. That is to say I spoke with my tdoc and he thinks I am in a mixed episode. My pdoc upon hearing this upped my abilify to 30 mgs. This is day two at this dose and I no longer feel I am about to jump out of my skin but I am depressed and don't care to do even the most basic of things like showering or cooking or dishes or laundry or anything at all. I am also physically worn down. I don't know if depression makes one feel physically worn down but I was running a slight fever a couple of days ago. I guess I'll just tell him I no longer feel like I'm about to jump out of my skin but I am still anxious but to a lesser degree. I am concerned about this depression though I can't seem to shake it. I am on Lexapro 20 mgs also for depression. I take klonopin at night prescribed by my sleep doctor not my pdoc. Thanks for reading if you've gotten this far and please give me some input as in does this all make sense to you because I want it to make sense to the doctor and I'm not sure if it will. I'm confused, depressed, anxious to a lesser degree than I was and just plain miserable at this point.
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