About Me: Female, 54, summerville, SC, member since Mar 2008
I've had depression/anixity since 2000. It hit within a moment with disoriented, blindness, weak couldn't walk. Felt I was going to drop dead that moment. After many Dr's I finally had an answer. Yes, the commercial is right. Depression hurts. It takes on a physcial for
[More]m all it's own and later actually turns into depression. The anixity had been the worst, shaking like a junky needing a fix. Just had gall bladder removal and feel like I'm starving all the time. Now, two weeks after surgery my glands became swollen, fever. I was told sinus. I have now had this over two months. Dr changed to med to fight bacteria in the body and scheduled a ct of my sinus. I don't want sinus surgery by any means. Very painful. I have never had a sinus problem in my life but can't get well.I'm 50yrs old and can't even cut my own grass. Stay inside most of the time. Don't function well due to the depression even on meds, I'm medicine resistant.
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