About Me: Female, 40, Dallas, TX, member since Mar 2009
I am shy and quiet and I tend to keep to myself but enjoy good one on one time with a friend.
I love outdoors, nature, etc.
I suffer from generalized anxiety, social anxiety and depression and have also been suffering from heart palpitations. I am in the process of tests-kind of in between right now. Doctors and medical issues scare me but I have got to face it sooner or later. I have to face some fears and get the help that I need.Just diagnosed with hypothyroidism May 18, 2009.
Please read the next post first so this will make sense as I forgot to add this to my first note to you. My doctor has prescribed 5mg. of the buspar x3/day, and I'm wondering what dosage you are taking. TY. :)
Hi Shannon.... I left a comment relative to your journal entry about buspar. I don't know how often you go to your journal, but if you would read my comment and get back to me re: the buspar, it could be a sanity-saver for me! Thanks!!
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