While in the military I had a few incidents that caused me to have a anxiety attack, I got out on a honorable and began to work. I was fine, never had a anxiety attack until my brother died. I was so sad, I felt so helpless. He died of Cancer age 39. I spoke with my doctor and she perscribed 10 mg of Prozac. The Pharmacy gave me 20 mg and I told my Doctor. I took that mg for about 3 months then I choose to take 10 mg. I have continued to take 10 mg and even 5 mgs, for 2 years. I have three young children and being a mom is all I ever wanted to be. I have recently decided to become a foster parent. Me and my husband hope to adopt a little girl, through the foster care system. Will this go against me in my application to become a foster mother?
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