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I started on Gedon on Wednesday and today I am insanely hyper. Spent the morning obsessively organizing my closet and vacuuming the hallway surrounding it, spent the afternoon shopping for a baby shower gift with my family and I couldn't stop talking and talking. Now it's midnight and I've almost completely cleaned my kitchen - and it was in really bad shape!! Can Geodon make a person this hyper? I suppose it's a manic episode, but mine have never been this bad. I have both bi-polar & borderline personality traits along with generalized anxiety & somewhat major depression. Current Rx: 100 Zoloft 2x a day, 200 Lamictal 2x a day, 20 Geodon 1x a day, 0.5 Klonopin as needed. Any help/suggestions/past experiences would be greatly appreciated!!
Anyone else experience Ativan induced amnesia - even mild? I've done some research and found it is a documented side effect, but of course, real people stories would help me color in the picture. I have been battling addiction to weed for a decade, managed two months clean last year and relapsed, so I am back on the wagon and it's day 7. I know that will mess up my memory in general, but I started taking Ativan a few days ago and have noticed that the memory effects are kind of freaky. Luckily I'm not working right now - but I honestly can't imagine holding down a job (where I have to use my brain!) while taking this stuff. It doesn't make me feel groovy, doesn't make me feel nice - it just kind of makes me feel spacey and blah, and it is very very difficult to recall specifics of the past few days. Anyone else experience this? I am taking it to help manage the withdrawal from alcohol/weed (weed doesn't made sense but my dr seems to think I was a hardcore alcoholic, saying something about seizures - which honestly I am NOT, but whatever) I definitely don't want to become dependent but I wasn't sleeping before, so I need it for now. My problems always begin with sleep. It's helping me manage the initial side effects of Pristiq as well. But the cloudy fatigue is just.... ugh. No motivation.