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  1. Weird, like reading here and other forums, they say it is almost like a magic pill, that they put into sleep instantly, some others say it has the potential of distorted perspective like on DXM but in a relaxing way. I just started last week and i barely see benefits from it. The first night with one 10 mg, a little excited for how would be the effects on me, but 20 minutes later and nothing, then half an hour nothing, soy i eat another 10 mg, so a total of 20, i just felt very mild effects like i've taken valerian or some other herb but i slept, not immediatly but i did. This night i abused, i have to confess i was desperate but never again, so i took one and snorted another one at the same time and again like sugar pill, then ate another one and the 4th one sublingual, so a total of 40 mg, it's a strong dose, and here i am...6:33 in the morning and zero sleep, i had to take 2 mg of clonazepam but i decided better not to sleep, that clona really helps me always, but i prefered not to sleep and start my day, i dont wanna mess with my schedule and drink my coffee, going later to walk, clean the house or read something. Btw today i have the appointment with my psychiatrist and tell him my situation, either prescribe me something else like amitriptyline or stay with my quetiapine and clonazepam, just wanted to augment that combo, but let's see....
  2. Hi Everyone, Yep, I did it. I am indeed an idiot. I forgot I took my 11am 40mg Celexa yesterday morning and took another 40mg at 2pm. Then I forgot I did THAT and took my regular 11am dose this morning, so I'm hurting. Weird nausea thing happening in my head right now, but I don't think it's bad enough to go to the hospital. Anything I can do other than wait it out? I've got so much work to do. I deeply appreciate any help. LMN
  3. Hi ! I don't know if this topic is in the right forum so tell me if I should put it somewhere else. On Friday 30, around 10:20pm, I overdosed on 700mg of Seroquel, and I was wondering if it was really dangerous. (I'm 5'2" and I weight 115lbs.) The first thing I noticed was my whole body shaking, then I felt high and cut myself in front of a friend while laughing. And like 1h/2h after I felt exhausted. My best friend doesn't think it was that dangerous because doctors can prescribe 800mg... P.S : I did it on an impulse, I didn't want to die.
  4. Hello, I'm new to this. My last incident has led to this website. Two weeks ago, I was pretty drunk, okay..wasted and decided I have had enough with life. I took an entire bottle of ambien and woke up in the hospital the next morning. I do remember taking the pills, but it was the drinking that made me do it. Sober, I cant picture hurting myself. Anyhow, now not only am I ashamed. I have to deal with pity from family who are constantly asking how I am doing. AND the medical bills to come for the ambulance and 3 day hospital stay. I do have insurance but im still going to be facing a huge amount of debt. This just makes everything else worse and causes anxiety. ahh
  5. Addictions are not only dangerous during the abuse of the drug or alcohol, but afterwards as well. Suffering the after math of it is certainly no easy feat, but I suppose this is the price you pay for it. There is no use now wishing that it never happened. It is over now, and all that is left is suffering the damage it left and moving forward. I never smoked a cigarette or did hard street drugs. I smoked weed for awhile, and when I was denied any other type of street drugs since all the dealers were actually looking out for me, I turned to pharmaceutical drugs. I would say I was a pill-popper, but that was not all I took. I popped pills during the day and could easily down multiple bottles. At night I took different cold medicines that made me drowsy so I could fall asleep at night. Even if that meant taking a bottle a night. It went on for three years, on and off. This was during my senior year of high school and my first couple years of college. It was one of the many ways I self-harmed and dealt with emotions that I could not handle. However, I managed to stop. I lost all my friends who refused to talk to me. I had the police called on me on multiple occasions, and even my mom found out. I stopped cold turkey when my lonliness out-weighed my desperation for these drugs. That was over two years ago. Today, I suffer with liver damage. It was discovered during an ER visit while I was still coping with my addiction. It showed up on my blood work, and I instantly knew why, but the doctor dismissed it since I was there for other reasons and thankfully it was overlooked. My main problem that presists today, is that I can no longer take any sort of medication without vomiting. All it takes to make me sick is smelling it. My brain instantly associates the smell of medicine to the sickness I would feel every time I took it. This is literally every single type of medication out there. Pills, liquid form, and chewables. If I'm lucky enough to swallow it after ten minutes I am vomiting. Thankfully, I have not needed an antibiotic for any reason since this problem began, but I know the day is coming when I will need to take something and I cannot. For this reason I no longer take any medication for mental illness when I am strongly advised to do so. I have been fighting this unmedicated which makes it hard for me to maintain going to therapy. Thus, I get no where. All of this coming back to that addiction. The aftermath is challenging, and at times I feel like I want to relapse or resort to other measures (I had a cross addiction with pills and cutting). Yet, despite all of this I am in a much better spot now that I have stopped for two years, and my friends are back by my side every step of the way. Have any of you had similar experiences? How did you deal with them?
  6. I've had juvenile myoclonic epilepsy for 3-4 years, triggered by severe anorexia. I'm on sodium valproate and my seizures and jerks are generally well controlled due to the high dose I take...but the seizures I've had over the past 2 years have been triggered by me overdosing on my antipsychotic med (Seroquel). The last OD was big and I ended up in intensive care after many big tonic clonic seizures. I am trying to study and get to a university level of work so I can do a degree but at the moment I'm struggling a lot with reading and concentrating. I'll admit objectively I'm a high achiever (well I was anyway) and perfectionist (in my view I think I'm a failure and fraud but hey), so it is really upsetting to struggle with these things. I can read in general, but the lines get muddled up and my voices (psychosis) interfere so it is often hard to make sense. I'm also distracted by the tiniest thing, a flash of light, a car going past outside (a VERY common occurrence...therefore very annoying when trying to study). My mum has suggested that I'm having to re-learn some of my thinking skills, making connections in my brain and how to 'learn' in general...due to injuring my brain from the number of full seizures I've had as well as the medication overdose's effect on my brain. Does anyone else have experience with this? And any strategies to help improve it? It's really upsetting - I already feel like I've lost most of my identity (no longer physically technically 'anorexic', not a high achiever etc). Thanks.
  7. Is there anyone here who has experienced IBS or IBS-like symptoms after doing something that could have caused damage to the stomach? Basically, just over a year ago I overdosed on Paracetamol (Tylenol)- this caused me to vomit blood for quite a few hours, and while I was in the hospital the day after, I experienced intense pain in my stomach. I wasn't too bothered about that at the time, because I figured it made sense that my stomach would hurt a bit after vomiting a lot. I was prescribed medication to settle it down by my GP the next day, but didn't take it as I'm now pretty much averse to any kind of tablet. That first lot of pain lasted a few days, then when it came back the next week it was accompanied by other things: everything I read about this said they were symptoms of IBS. From about that point onwards, I fitted the typical symptoms described for IBS pretty tightly. And now, even a year later those symptoms still reoccur regularly, between every few days to every few weeks. I know there are some specific foods that make it happen, or make it worse, but other times it seems completely random. So my question is, could the OD have caused some kind of physical damage to something, that caused the symptoms to keep coming back? (I got checked out for potential liver/kidney damage at the hospital, and came back clear, but that was all that was checked). It would make sense to me, as I'd never had any stomach problems before the OD, and the pain is a similar feeling, just a milder version. However, I'm having difficulty finding any information about this, and don't feel comfortable asking a GP or anything like that, so am unsure how to try and find anything out.
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