So I'm coming up on a week now and I figured I would update you all with my current whereabouts. Still have the runs, more sweating than usual (armpits) to the point where it gets my shirt wet. I believe this is a side-effect of the anxiety and will go away within a few months. Every morning I wake up feeling pretty depressed and have to drag myself out of bed, but after an hour or so that usually goes away. I had the strangest dream last night, in which I relapsed, and it felt so real, too! When I woke up I was so relieved that it was just a dream.
I can't believe it's already been a week. Time really goes by fast, and I am well on my way to making a full recovery! And again, I can't thank you guys enough for your support it's helped me so much this past week. Kudos.
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