About Me: Male, 43, akron, OH, member since May 2010
Beside my problem with depressin and anxiety i'm a pretty normal guy. I work full time, Go to the gym and exercize, walk at the part, ride a bicycle and hang out with friends. I've been taking antidepressants now for a little over 10 years and am starting to develop pro
[More]blems from the medication. Don't know where to go for any advice...My doctor just blows off any concerns i have as nothing and tells me not to worry about it.
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