I had some questions a few days ago about missing a dose of medicine. I would like to thank all of you who answered my questions. I really really appreciate the answers and they all helped me understand what was going on with me. I will be speaking to my doc and we will need to adjust my dosage. But, it also was a great reminder for me that the medicine is my link to life. It really rushed back all of the emotions that put me on the meds to begin with. I am sure there are lots of you who know exactly what I am talking about. Depression is so rough and most people don't even know that this is not a choice anyone would make. Thanks again.
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