As of this week, I have gone through a major psychological shift and now I see how quite depressed I have been from the treatment for the last month and a half. I started on anti-depressants about 6 weeks ago and I believe they finally kicked in. I just want to state that I feel so much better again and have an enthusiasm for life that was missing lately, even though I continue having nasty sides from the meds. Attitude is half the battle. I was not talking to friends, avoiding people, working and going home to bed. I knew I wasn't my usual self but blammed it all on just feeling ill and fatigued. I now wish my doctor had recommended starting on anti-depressants before I ever started treatment as I'm the one who requested them a month later.
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