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    (Original post by senz72)
    Ah I see. Didn't do it last year. Prepare your stomach for that day.

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    hahahah i feel like I'm gonna be feeling pretty rough for the first two weeks :lol:
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    Having a horrible night- the worst in a couple of years. Found myself reverting to old habits I'd thought I'd seen the back of a long time ago. This summer has in general been a reminder that in spite of a huge amount of effort to improve things over the last three years, I'm right back to square one in so many ways- I'm realising that nothing really changed at all. I'm still messing everything up and have no-one to tell. Don't seem to have any energy to do things anymore either- for the last few weeks, I've been coming home from work around 5 or 6 and going straight to bed, when I would normally do a lot of sport. Just frustrated and worrying about too many things- sorry for ranting, just posting incase it helps to even tell strangers.
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    Just looked at the freshers events list and I wasn't excited for any of it. I think I've gotten old and boring

    Looking forward to the freshers fair though - free stuff


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    (Original post by Odd socks)
    Just looked at the freshers events list and I wasn't excited for any of it. I think I've gotten old and boring

    Looking forward to the freshers fair though - free stuff


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    Free pizza!


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    Anyone enjoying anxiety lately?

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    (Original post by SweetNothing)
    Free pizza!


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    Yay free pizza

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    There's a car alarm that keeps going off outside and it's keeping me awake :unimpressed:


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    I've only had a few hours sleep earlier on and I'm wide awake. Insomnias a *****
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    Ugh my head kills. In a&e after experiencing so much pain and vomiting my mum had to take me there again after they discharged me in the morning. They've drugged me up so I'm getting by on morphine which is wonderful. Waiting to have a scan tomorrow which could determine whether I need surgery on my appendix or whether this is all related to my recurring health problems! Quite scared either way :/

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    I can't sleep Who else is up?
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    (Original post by SassQueen13)
    Ugh my head kills. In a&e after experiencing so much pain and vomiting my mum had to take me there again after they discharged me in the morning. They've drugged me up so I'm getting by on morphine which is wonderful. Waiting to have a scan tomorrow which could determine whether I need surgery on my appendix or whether this is all related to my recurring health problems! Quite scared either way :/

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    arghhhh that sounds awful! I hope you heal fast Fingers crossed for you
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    So following up to my mother's wonderful attempt to bond by reorganising and judging everything in my room I'm thr unreasonable one. Because I'm a little annoyed that half my clothes have gone walkies. (Okay slight exaggeration there, it's a pair of shorts that I'm really angry about because I knew exactly where they were and she's claiming she didn't touch them. The drawer they were in is completely empty.) So now we have the silent treatment, because my mother respects me as an adult and is willing to admit to being wrong. Four weeks of not hearing what's wrong with my hair/outfit/general self might be quite nice now I think about it. Ah a nice peaceful house.

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    Doctor has me coming off citalopram cold turkey due to side effects, should I expect anything bad?

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    Taking Violet to the vet this afternoon cos she's got a lump on her throat - worried.





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    Doctor has me coming off citalopram cold turkey due to side effects, should I expect anything bad?

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    If you're on a low dosage you should be fine, otherwise you can get withdrawal effects, but probably nothing worse than the actual side effects. :hugs:
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    (Original post by james1211)
    Doctor has me coming off citalopram cold turkey due to side effects, should I expect anything bad?

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    I went from 30 to nothing. Few headaches but nothing major.

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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Taking Violet to the vet this afternoon cos she's got a lump on her throat - worried.







    If you're on a low dosage you should be fine, otherwise you can get withdrawal effects, but probably nothing worse than the actual side effects. :hugs:
    I hope violet will be okay :hugs: does she seem ill at all or is it just a lump? It could just be a bite or cyst!

    It's a low dose. 20mg. He did say there wouldn't be anything bad about it, to be honest it wasn't doing all that much for me anyway :s I'm back on the list for talking therapy though which is good, as I now have time for it.

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    I went from 30 to nothing. Few headaches but nothing major.

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    Glad to hear, if that's all that happens I can take that in return for getting my libido back.
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    (Original post by james1211)
    I hope violet will be okay :hugs: does she seem ill at all or is it just a lump? It could just be a bite or cyst!

    It's a low dose. 20mg. He did say there wouldn't be anything bad about it, to be honest it wasn't doing all that much for me anyway :s I'm back on the list for talking therapy though which is good, as I now have time for it.



    Glad to hear, if that's all that happens I can take that in return for getting my libido back.
    She's been acting perfectly normally, and she's under a year old (mice are prone to tumours, but *usually* in older age), so I'm hoping that you're right, and it's a cyst or a benign lump of some kind.

    Yeah, I'd imagine you'd be fine coming off of 20mg.

    Ooh, libido. :sexface:
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    She's been acting perfectly normally, and she's under a year old (mice are prone to tumours, but *usually* in older age), so I'm hoping that you're right, and it's a cyst or a benign lump of some kind.

    Yeah, I'd imagine you'd be fine coming off of 20mg.

    Ooh, libido. :sexface:
    I was playing with some mice at the local pet shop recently, they're such nice animals! The rats were fun too, very inquisitive. I want a pet

    Indeed, it's gone completely since starting citalopram! No good haha.
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    (Original post by james1211)
    I was playing with some mice at the local pet shop recently, they're such nice animals! The rats were fun too, very inquisitive. I want a pet

    Indeed, it's gone completely since starting citalopram! No good haha.
    They're lovely, yeah. I'd love some rats at some point too, but not at the same time as mice as they don't get on. Is there any reason why you can't get a pet? I'd definitely recommend mice, or of course hamsters can be great too.

    Well I hope you start feeling :sexface: again pronto.

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    (Original post by superwolf)
    They're lovely, yeah. I'd love some rats at some point too, but not at the same time as mice as they don't get on. Is there any reason why you can't get a pet? I'd definitely recommend mice, or of course hamsters can be great too.

    Well I hope you start feeling :sexface: again pronto.

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    I can't get a pet as I live at home still, parents don't want one in here! Sad times. Soon as I move out....

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