About Me: Female, 73, Amherst, OH, member since Apr 2012
I am 5'8", 154 lbs. 69 yrs. old unload trucks for a large department store, two days a week. I love gardening, taking care of my grand & gr. grandchildren. I try to eat healthy foods to keep my cholesterol low. I take Wellbutrin-Paxil CR.-Nebutone & Welchol. pill fo
[More]rm. Started with the powder wellchol with side affects, cracks on the sides of my mouth, headache from the aspertane, changed to the pill form with no side affects. I have been on Well and Paxil CR for years for depression. Neb. for arthritis. Thank you for your time.
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