About Me: Female, 55, Longview, TX, member since Nov 2011
47 yr of female. Divorced with 3 teenagers. My 16 yr old daughter takes Celexa and my 17 year old son takes Prozac for depression . Clinical depression and Bipolar. Anxiety.
[More] Have been on Effexor XR 300 mg for over 10 yrs now, also Wellbutrin XL 300 mg, Lamactil 200 mg for bipolar. Ativan 1 mg 3 times a day for anxiety. Recently rifted from job nursing.
No insurance, no help. I make too much on unemployment for any kind of help.
will stop Effexor XR, Wellbutrin XL, and Lamactil since I can't afford them Nov. 10, 2011
Pray for me.
"Oreo uses the litter box but will put a towel, rug, wash cloth what ever he can get and cover up his pee or poop with it. Sometimes he wont cover it up if nothing available to him. He is very obsessed about washing his feet and hands..."
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I have clipped them for him but he doesn't like it at all.
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