If you've ever survived direct physical assault, you may not want to read on.
It's just that as Community Leader here, I have to tell you that there's a PTSD symptom aftermath for me after having a front tooth extracted by my good dentist today. Nothing went wrong, but the aftermath with the swelling and pain in that spot is exactly the same aftermath of swelling and pain in the spot that I had when my father beat me in the face with his fists weekly when I was a teen.
I've got painkillers and an ice pack from my good dentist to help me now, though, so I know this will pass more quickly. Just welcoming some patience and support for a couple of days until the swelling, irritation, and inflammation goes down and the PTSD triggers subside along with my healing mouth.
Best to one and all, y'all! :-)
i have to make routine in my life instead of jumping up to whatever place i feel like my discharge from my doc depends on this among other things which is not going to happen i have not been stable for 30 or 40 years so unless they come up with a mood stabilizer that may work so there is is 1 yr with no moodswingsnow it is getting worse i have been taking a cab to crfafgt store spendin g money...
Not for me, but my ditzy SIL. Turns out all these years, she's been bouncing around from one medication to another, and only just revealed to her family that she's had no luck treating ongoing depression ----- but has had some interesting effects from medications that didn't end up working. (She became unable to take Cymbalta, Lyrica, Prozac just in the last 10 years!)She's going to have ketamine...