I have been doing Wellbutrin (mood elevator) for about six weeks to relive the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It works well. Only it seems I have relapses. As an example, yesterday morning I was finishing up a challenging project in fixing up my home. At about noon, I went out for some stuff for the job. When I got home in a bit, I went to sleep instead of finishing up the job. I slept until this morning when I had to reach way down deep for the wherewithal to get up to the hospital for my hydration IV infusion. I usually sleep the two hours of treatment. It is most depressing to never feel rested after sleeping so many dang hours. It is just too much for this illness to debilitate me so badly. It scares me that it might last for a very long time. This is probably the fourth time for relapsing. I just started coming out of it again about an hour ago. I am hoping that I can build faith that these are just going to be short bouts of relapse. I can deal with that. Dang, it feels so very good to come out of it. I am almost elated to do so. It so tough on me to have the above added to my existing underlying chronic depression and anxiety. I do not know why that I am blessed with such a strong life force to keep me going. When going through hell, keep going.
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