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Sore & Tired & Depressed by Lesa Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 12:49pm It has been 2 weeks today since the surgery. I had the drains out on the 8th day. Have to wear a sports bra 24/7 minus the shower for a few weeks. Must massage both breasts every day. I use coconut oil after the morning shower. My right/reconstructed side is quite colorful, swollen and sore. The scar on my ... Read on »
Depressed... by Lee Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 19 Feb 2011 5:03pm I spent all day yesterday at the hospital, not because something happened, but because I had a doctors appointment there with a new neurologist.  My appt was at 8:30am and they asked me to arrive 15 minutes early so I did.  I then waited for 2 hours to be seen.  When I was seen I was taken back by two students and examined, this lasted for about ... Read on »
JOURNAL: Depressed now. by annhertel Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 17 Sep 2009 10:20pm I can't keep up with myself. Now I am depressed. And tired. And I am forcing myself to write this. I was mildly freaking out so I took ativan. And also an extra Prozac for funsies. My pdoc gave me an Adderall Rx today. I'll get it filled tomorrow. I hope like hell it will help me concentrate because I'm not able to do that at all today. I'm ... Read on »
And Now For Something Completely Different: A Blog About Depression by thegallowspole Posted Sun 08 Aug 2010 7:20am For those of you just joining us, here is the story so far: “The Gallows Pole” seems to be a pseudonym for a snarky, long-winded blogger who claims to be anxious and sad all of the time. He has no medical training, nor any experience as a professional therapist, but seems intent on making other people sit uncomfortably through his endless whini ... Read on »
Depression Chronicles Pt. 1 by Rayne Mazur Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Jan 2012 8:31pm So, a long time back, a doctor suggested to me that I was depressed and should seek help.  I decided that while I was a little down what with everything that was going on, I would never succumb to depression. I was just tired, and a wee bit cranky, and a wee bit sad, and a wee bit....well, I just wasn't depressed and ... Read on »
Depression, Depression, Depression and Anxiety by David Stein Posted Sat 19 May 2012 2:18am I seem to be floating around a mental purgatory. Every time I get close to stabilizing myself, a new problem arises. Lately I’ve been working with my psych and therapist to get my depression under control. I’ve been depressed for almost six months, this is the longest depressive episode I’ve had. What makes it worse is that its not consiste ... Read on »
Breaking a depression record by BearTwinsMom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 30 Oct 2008 11:10am At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I’ve fallen into the pit again. The past few days have been interspersed with crying, yelling, dark thoughts, and more crying again. I haven’t been to my therapist in over a month (can’t afford the copayments), and the stress of depression is wreaking havoc on my family. I had my annual eye app ... Read on »
On Being Depressed vs. Suffering from Depression by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 Apr 2011 12:54pm People love to throw around the word "depressed".  It seems that everything from a favorite team's loss in a ball game to a death in the family can lead someone to declare being "depressed" these days.  But, I wonder...are they really depressed?  I mean, is being depressed the same thing as suffering from depression, and if it is not, then is it ... Read on »
Depression, Depression, Depression by Bradley .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:00pm I apologize for starting the blog back up and then left one post alone for the entire week. As many of you know, I love to blog, but it is extremely difficult when I'm having a very low depression for a couple of weeks. My goal has always been to post every day except for Saturday or Sunday. Since I only made one post, I'm setting a goal of ... Read on »
Older Adults and Depression by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Wed 07 Mar 2012 10:02pm Do you feel very tired, helpless and hopeless? Are you sad most of the time and take no pleasure in your family, friends, or hobbies? Are you having trouble working, sleeping, eating, and functioning? Have you felt this way for a long time? If so, you may have depression. Everyone feels down or sad sometimes, ... Read on »