I share in your frustration. I too have been through many doctors, medications, withdrawals from the many meds, side effects of drugs, suicidal hospitalizations, and medical personal who drop you in the middle of crisis with no help or direction. I currently am on medicaid and am desperately searching for a doctor in my insurance who can help me who is not an idiot. Good luck to you and please try to find the positive in your life each day, even if it is something really small (like getting out of bed for 15 mins. @ a time).View Thread
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