I just started to think about something and now I'm really concerned about it and I need people's advice on this, please.. I have to see this new psychiatrist at the end of the month and I'm really very concerned that he's going to want to switch me on my Psych meds and I will have a FIT if he even TRIES to take me off of my Geodon. I like Geodon, it's the only mood stabelizer that has helped me and hasn't made me gain weight and I'll be dang if he tries to take me off of it. I'll raise hell and I'll walk out of there. Do I have the right to refuse to be taken off of a medication and refuse a drug if I don't want to go on it?? I haven't had any luck in the past with Psychiatrists, so this is freaking me out. I don't want to see this guy, I just don't. And I don't do having anyone telling me what to do and what to take either! I do what I WANT TO DO and what I WANT TO TAKE, not what HE wants me to take. You know?? Any advice anybody can give me would be very much appreciated!?
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