>What I did today

>A brief respite from the air-conditioner, but tomorrow 93 is forecast. Oh, well. I finally set up the new table and put the need-to-be-sorted paperwork on it. All seven tons. What is it about paper? It seems to reproduce itself when you’re not looking. I plan to discard everything I possibly can. Maybe I can scan stuff to the pc instead of keeping the piece of paper. I also ran some pc scans. How fun. NOT! But it’s done, and no viruses and not too much spyware to delete.

Looking forward to seeing the new doctor next month. Maybe she can give me something that will work, since generic zoloft doesn’t seem to do much. Maybe she’ll have learned about fibro in med school. All my other doctors were older, and got out of school before fibro was a diagnosis. I’m getting less and less mobile as time goes on, and I don’t want to wind up like some people in the fibro group, who spend most of their time in bed and/or need wheelchairs or scooters to get around. So I’m hopeful.

It’s really a lovely day, and no thunderstorms in sight. Would have been nice to get out somewhere, but Tess was up most of the night and was napping today. LOL Been there, done that.

Called Lisa but got her voicemail. Hope she is okay. I still am outraged that they sent her home less than 48 hours after major abdominal surgery. I am NEVER moving to Florida. What a joke for healthcare they have there. Maybe they figure most people are old there, so if they die, it was to be expected anyway. I don’t know, but I am really upset about this. She lives ALONE. And they knew this when they sent her home. Unbelievable.

2 thoughts on “>What I did today

  1. Zoloft, tried it in the beginning. It actually made me more depressed than I was before taking medication. And the headaches, plus light-headed ness. Good I had a doctor who made it easy to switch meds. Can you believe I actually ended up feeling more suicidal on Zoloft than I did before taking medication? But that’s the way it works I’m told, it gets worse before it gets better. Cilate, my current med, is way much better than Zoloft. When it gets tough though, even the antidepressants don’t seem to work. Still, they have made life more than bearable for me.

  2. I remember when I first started taking zoloft, it made me feel like myself. Like I hadn’t been being me for however long up til then. I did also have headaches at first, but they went away after a couple of weeks. I think how any of these pills work is partially dependent on your own body chemistry. No one pill fits everyone. If it works for you, it’s a good thing, right? I also think that the getting worse before it gets better applies to most drugs. It’s always that way for me with antibiotics. I think once they start to kill off the bad stuff, before your body gets rid of the detritus, you are having a kind of toxic reaction. I think. šŸ™‚

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