I AM NOW ON WEEK 3 OF GETTING OFF OF CYMBALTA, AN ANTI-DEPRESSANT. I FEEL NOTICEABLY BETTER AND HAVE THE WILL TO DO MORE THINGS AROUND MY HOME. BUT, THERE IS ALWAYS A BUT, AS IN MY CASE, I STILL RUN OUT OF ENERGY AND GET MY DAILY, CHRONIC HEADACHES/MIGRAINES. I HAVE OTHER ISSUES, BUT THEY ARE NOWHERE AS SIGNIFICANT AS THE PAIN PROBLEMS. I AM OFF TO THE DOCTORS IN A LITTLE BIT TO SEE IF I GET A CHANGE IN MEDS. I MIGHT BE GOING ON OXYCONTIN. I DON'T WANT TO BUT AT THIS POINT, THINGS ARE GETTING BLEEK. MY WORKERS COMP INSURANCE COMPANY IS REFUSING TO PAY FOR MEDS. I HAVE BEEN PAYING CASH FOR MORE THAN HALF OF MINE FOR A FEW MONTHS NOW. OH WELL, I WILL INFORM YOU GUYS ON THE RESULTS.
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